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October 22, 



1552 



1906 



PROCEEDINGS 



OF THE 



CITY COUNCIL 



Chicago. Illinois 



Regular Meeting, Monday, October 22, 1906. 



7:30 O'CLOCK P. M. 



OFFICIAL RECORD. 



Published by authority of the City Coun- 
cil of the City of Chicago, Wednesday, 
October 24, 1906. 



Present — His Honor, the Mayor, and 
Aid. Kenna,, Cougihlin, Harding, Dixon, 
Foreni'an, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Mc- 
Cormick, Young, McCoid, Bennett, Snow, 
Moynihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, 
Hurt, Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, 
Riley, Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Brennan, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, 
Stewart, Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, 
Dougherty, Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krum- 
holz, Dunn, Williston, Lipps., Reinberg, 
Siewert, Blase, Larson, Herlihy, Wend- 
ling, Golombiewski, Burns, Bradley, 
O'Connell, Roberts, . Fisher, Badenoch, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan and Hunter. 

Absent — Aid. Martin and Race. 



MINUTES. 

Aid. Foreman moved to approve the 
minutes of the regular meeting held 



Monday, October 15, 1906, without read- 
ing. 

The motion prevailed. 



Communications from the Mayor, Comp- 
troller, Commissioner of Public Works 
and All Other City Officers, Depart- 
ments and Branches of the City Gov- 
ernment. 

His Honor, the Mayor, presented a re- 
port containing the following list of re- 
leases from the House of Correction dur- 
ing the week ending October 20, 1906, 
together with the cause of each release: 
Wm. Turner, released for Aid. Consi- 
dine. 

Geo. Waterman, released for Capt. M. 
P. Evans. 

Albert Lapham, released for father. 
Lamhert Schimness, released for Aid. 
Fick. 

Thos. Scully, released for M. Scully. 

John Short, released for Aid. Dailey. 

Henry Suver, released for A. M. Lynch. 

Ambrozy Cosken, released for Aid. 
Richert. 



October 22, 



1553 



1906 



Robert H. Ford, released , for wife. 
Jas. O'Mara, released for Ed. Kyan. 
Jerry Manning, released for wife. 
Ike Allison, released for Jim Miller. 
Jack Thorn, released for Henry O'Hara. 
Frank Morrow, released for Aid. Cougb- 

lin. 

Dennis Dwyer, released for wife. 

Simon Matuszek, released for wife. 

Al. Myron, released for Geo. Fleming. 

Thos. Jackson, released for Aid. Kenna. 

J. H. Bock, released for wife. 

Herman Waehs, released for Mrs. Jen- 
ner. 



Geo. Smitb, released for W. F. Moran. 

Edward Healy, released for Wm. Glee- 
son. 

Cbas. Venard, released for Mr. Hart. 

Wm. Asbton, released for Aid. Kobout. 

Herman Burnquist, released for Wm. 
F. Quinlan on payment of $10.00. 

Jack Flager, released for Aid. Bowler. 

G. H. Baude, released for Aid. Bowler, 
on payment of $10.00. 

Tbos. Kelly, released for motber, on 
payment of $10.00. 

Wbicb was ordered published and 
placed on file. 

ALSO, 

A communication transmitting a com- 
munication from the Commissioner of 
Health urging certain objections to the 
proposed passage of a certain ordinance 
amending Section 421 of the Revised Code 
of 1905. 

Aid. Foreman moved to defer consid- 
eration thereon until the ordinance m 
question was taken up. 
The motion prevailed. 
The -City Clerk presented the follow- 
ing report of acceptances and bonds un- 
der ordinances, filed in bis office since 
the last regular meeting of the Council : 

Acceptance and bond, Henry A. du 
Pont, switch track ordinance of October 
8, 1906. 

Acceptance, Cblieago, Lake Shore & 
Eastern Ry. Co.; track elevation ordi- 
nance of June 25, 1906. 

Acceptance, Chicago, Rock Island & 



Pacific Ry. Co., track elevation ordinance 
of June 25, 1906. 

Which was placed on file. 
The Commissioner of Public Works pre- 
sented the following oomnmnication, 
which was placed on file: 

Department of Public Works,] 
Chicago, October 18, 1906. j 
To the HonoraUe, the Mayor and the 
City Council'. 

Gentlemen— Referring to the order of 
your Honorable Body that the Commis- 
sioner of Public Works remove the freight 
house of the Pennsylvania Company from 
off the city property at Kinzie and Hal- 
sted streets, I beg to report: 

I caused a notice to be served on said 
company to remove said bouse, and said 
company failing to comply the city forces 
proceeded to remove the bouse when an 
injunction was secured against the city 
from further interfering with said house. 
As this injunction is only temporary I 
have asked the Corporation Counsel to 
proceed in court to have the same dis- 
solved without delay so that I may carry 
out the order of your Honorable Body. 
Very respectfully, 

Wm. L. O'Connell, 
Commissioner of PuhUc Works. 
also, 
A communi(iation and ordinance con- 
cerning bonds of contractors on public 
work, which were 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

" ALSO, 

The following communication and or- 
der: 

Department of Public Works,| 
Chicago October 22, 1906, ( 
To the Mayor and City Council of the 

City of Chicago : 

I deem it necessary and advisable to 
lay water mains in various streets, and 
respectfully ask the passage of the fol- 
lowing order: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized to lay water mains in the following 
streets : 



October 22, 



1554 



1906 



In Wabash avenue, from 410 feet north 
of 107th street northward 162 feet. Size, 
8 inches. Probables cost, including hy- 
drants and basins, $243.00. Pays 10 
cents. 

In Michigan a.venue, from 119th street 
to 119th place. Size, 8 inches. Proba- 
ble cost, including hydrants and basins, 
$399.00. Pays 10 cents. 

In Cortland street, from Kimhell ave- 
nue eastward 170 feet. Size, 8 inches. 
Prohable cost, including hydrants and 
basins, $255.00. Pays 10 cents. 

In Robey street, from 70th place north- 
ward 60 feet. Size, 8 inches. Probable 
cost, including hydrants and basins, 
$90.00. Pays 10 cents. 

In Drake avenue, from 572 feet south 
of Elston avenue southward 60 feet. 
Size, 8 inches. Probable cost, including 
hydrants and basins, $90.00. Pays 12 
cents. 

Aid. Hunter moved to concur in the 
recommendation and pass the order there- 
with. 

The motion prevailed and the order as 
recommended was thereby passed. 

The Commissioner of Buildings present- 
ed a communication protesting against 
the proposed passage of a certain ordi- 
nance amending the Revised Code of 
1905 so as to permit the erection of de- 
paTtment store buildings with a smaller 
number of stairways than heretofore. 

Aid. Foreman moved to defer consid- 
eration thereon until the ordinance in 
question was taken up. 

The motion prevailed. 

The City Sealer presented a communi- 
cation showing the work done by his de- 
partment during the month of September, 
1906, a,nd requesting authority for the 
appointment of five additional inspectors 
of weights and measures; which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

The City Collector presented a report 
containing a list of "bar permits" issued 



under the ordinance of June 11, 1906, 
since the last regular meeting of the 
Council, 

Which was placed on file. 

ALSO, 

The following communication and re- 
port, which were ordered published and 
placed on file: 

October 22, 1906. 
To the HonoraUe Edward F. Dunne, 
Mayor, and the Honorable City Council. 
Gentlemen — In accordance with an 
order presented to your Honorable Body 
by Aid. Harkin, published on page 1168 
of the Council Proceedings of July 9, 
1906, of which the following is a copy: 
"Ordered, That the City Comptroller 
be and he is hereby directed to prepare 
two original lists of all dram shop 
licenses in force in the City of Chicago 
at the close of the day, July 31, 1906. 
Such lists shall be duly certified by 
him to be correct, and one of said lists 
shall be reported to this body at its 
meeting next following said date and 
be published in the Council Proceedings. 
The other shall, on or before that time, 
be filed in the office of the Collector as 
a public record. Such lists shall con- 
tain the names of all dram shop li- 
censes in alphabetical order, the num- 
ber of each license, the place where the 
dram shop is authorized to be con- 
ducted in the words and figures of the 
license as issued, and the ward in which 
the dram shop is authorized to be 
located." 

The above has been complied with, and 
I hereby certify that the attached report 
is a correct copy of saloon licenses issued 
and in operation on July 31, 1906, as per 
order of the City Council. A copy of 
saloon licenses, as per order of July 9, 
1906, is on file for record in the office of 
the City Collector. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John E. Traeger, 

City Collector. 



Otober22, 1555 1906 

RECORD OF SALOON LICENSES UNDER LIMITATION ORDINANCE. 
In Efteot July 31, 1906. 

j^^j^g ■ Address. License No, Ward. 

Abbott Ben ! 898 N. California avenue A-464 28 

Abbott, Ben 625 W. Cbieago avenue 953 14 

Abel Louis 268 E. Madison street 1855 1 

Abel' S....**'. 698 S. Halsted street 5907 9 

Abel' Wm . . V 1632 N. Ashland avenue 879 24 

Abel'son, A.' T.'and L 1752 Milwaukee avenue 3836 28 

Abraham, Alex 3115 Archer avenue 223 5 

Abraham, Hubert 38 Fox place 5461 16 

Abrahams, Morris 451 S. Halsted street 1664 19 

Abromowicz, John 8400 Mackinaw avenue 946 8 

Abson, Wm. . . . 16 Custom House place 1877 1 

Abt, R. J. and Pagers, H. J. 745 W. Chicago avenue 1560 14 

Accettura,N 105 Ewing street 5172 19 

Acker M ^74 W. 22d street 3218 1 

Adamzyk, P 3352 Morgan street A-440 5 



Adams, F. R • • -39 Milwaukee avenue 1050 18 

. ., T T .275 Wells street 3108 22 

Ade, 1. Lt ronn on 

Addson, Jacob 466 Marshfleld avenue 6322 20 

Adler.F.M 182 E. 22d street 4288 

^^Igj. J 320 S. Clark street 1384 1 

Adler', Paul t'. ■.■.'.■.■. 1038 Leavitt street 5391 12 

AglinskW 594 Canal street 3158 9 

A'Hearn, J. J 3558 Parnell avenue 6040 o 

Ahern, Jas.J 10063 Avenue N 6020 8 

Ahern,M 3300 Ashland avenue 3140 5 

Ahern Owen ^ 257 92d s ree 4 37 8 

Ahern,Patriek 717 W. 22d s tree 180 U 

Ahrens, Emil 3801 Honore street 1708 o 

.. „ -o 1073 Grand avenue 2813 i* 

AiellO, ir oQQ'r O 

Aikens, B. E. and Flowers, W. B 2634 State street 3837 - 

Akeson, Peter 1819 N. Clark street A^581 .o 

.,, . Ai ...4024 Butler street 3252 6^i 

Albeiz, Al , -„,, 97 

Albert, Adolph 2647 Elston avenue 1797 27 

Albert, Chas . . , "^^ W. Polk street A-850 3 

Albert, Chas.- ■ • 129 Milwaukee avenue 126 17 

Albin, E. W 974 76th street 3417 33 

Albreeht, M 9287 Anthony avenue 3185 8 

Albrecht, Aug 2932 Gmnd avenue 4226 27 

Albright, G 139 E. Division street 4024 2„ 

. , , „ 652 Grand avenue 5396 14 

Alder, i^ „^-f, o 



Aldrin, Jno. and Berquist, M 3109 Wentworth avenue 

., . A ariil T 51 Alexander street 5377 * 

Alessi, A. ana J o 

Al «^«v P TT 13611 Howard avenue I860 b 

Alexander, K. ±i -, n 

p 116 Vernon Park place 5884 iJ 



frT' ^^i':c^ * 194 E. Lake street A-64 1 

Alitisz, Alfred ^^* „„ -,7 

Tv/r^o TnUn 265 Grand avenue 6029 17 

11!:: TanrHannon: J :.•.•.•.•.•.•.■.• .4459 S Halsted street 3523 30 

AlleniMath 729 Fulton street A-73o 



tVtobor 22. 



1556 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Allen, Mrs. N 4309 Halsted street 

Allen, W 4137 S. Halsted street 

Allegretti, L 174 Grand avenue 

Allie, S. A - 4200 Ashland avenue 

Allman, D 191 95th street 

Allman, J. J 8957 Buffalo avenue 

Allman, P. B 8538 Green Bay avenue 

Allmendinger, Jno. A 304 Rush street 

Allott, H. E 1928 State street 

Almeroth, Peter 1197 W. 12th street 

Alting, R 4263 Milwaukee avenue 

Altraaier, F. C 517 Milwaukee avenue 

Altman, Paul 1047 N. Oakley avenue 

Altmann, John 1721 N. Leavitt street 

Altorfer, G 70 Willow street 

Alvord, Alex 801 Herndon avenue 

Ambos, Aug 62 Maud avenue 

Anibrosi, Nie 252 W. Van Buren street 

Ambrosio, John 389 LaSalle street 

Amelia, Jos. and Giglio, A 2271/2 Plymouth place 

American Buffet Co., Inc., L. Kolovahor, Mgr...2366 115th st. 

American Restaurant Co., The 160 State street 

Anderson, A. A 1201 N. Western avenue 

Anderson, A. J 16 S. Clark street 

Anderson, Alf . 5126 Wentworth avenue 

Anderson, Mrs. C 1970 N. Clark street 

Anderson, C. A 3653 N. Clark street 

Anderson, Chas 318 Orleans street 

Anderson, Chas. L 13557 Howard avenue 

Anderson, Con 163 Chicago avenue 

Anderson, Ed 813 W. 22d street 

Anderson, Fred 1335 Belmont avenue 

Anderson, Fred 187 Sedgwick street 

Anderson, Gus 9172 Harbor avenue 

Anderson, H _ 404 31st street 

Anderson, Hans 102 W. Huron street 

Anderson, Jens, and Peterson, Peter 43 W. Huron street 

Anderson, Jno. A., and Lavin, 5487 Lake avenue 

Anderson, Math 11 Milton avenue 

Anderson, L. and E 10031 Ewing avenue 

Anderson, L. P 9317 Commercial avenue 

Anderson, Mose 2500 State street 

Anderson, Oscar 143 Sedgwick street 

Anderson, P 983 Sheffield avenue 

Anderson, S. M. 5943 Centre avenue 

Anderson, Swan 1631 N. Clark street 

Anderson Victor 877 Racine avenue 

Anderson, Walter 757 Wells street 

Anderson, Wm 1432 Milwaukee avenue 

Anbach, Al 1890 N. Halsted street 



License No. 


Ward. 


1523 


30 


1485 


30 


3331 


17 


225 


29 


4949 


8 


1901 


8 


1155 


8 


3472 


21 


5268 


1 


3279 


20 


2291 


27 


1654 


17 


4404 


28 


3287 


26 


824 


23 


3551 


26 


869 


24 


1957 


19 


3170 


1 


■2228 


1 


A-210 


33 


649 


1 


2984 


28 


408 


1 


3448 


30 


162 


25 


3502 


•26 


A-459 


22 


507 


8 


5070 


22 


5629 


11 


2118 


25 


.1288 


22 


2661 


8 


3489 


2 


1674 


17 


A-40 


17 


5812 


7 


2182 


22 


2383 


8 


1732 


8 


4855 


2 


692 


22 


6152 


25 


6223 


31 


3035 


25 


866 


26 


1365 


23 


383 


■28 


3101 


25 



October 22, " 1557 1906 

jsj^ajne. Address. License No. Ward. 

Andel Vac • 583 W. 18th street 

Andel, Vaclav 831 Blue Island avenue 

Anderle, Thos 1335 S. 40tli court 

Andreotti, S • 1125 W. Harrison street 

Andruskiewicz, B 24 Fay street 

Angarola, R. and Larocco, M 202 N. Sangamon street 

Angelica, E, D. . 294 E. 31st street 

Angelica, G. D 98 E. 31st street 

Angelica, N. D 520 Wabash avenue 

Angelica! N. D 293 E. 31st street 

Angelica, R. D 112 E. 29th street 

Angsten, John. 6400 Halsted street 

Angsten, Wm 1955 N. Halsted street 

Anhalt, John 668 Wrightwood avenue 

Annen, Mat • 220 Orchard street 

Anstett, M 1927 W. 22d street 

Antczak, S 2729 Hillock avenue 

Antieevitch, Tony 3294 Grand avenue 

Antkowski, Karel 4501 Ashland avenue 

Antkowski, V. H 8528 Green Bay avenue 

Antkowski, V. H 85 Cornell street 

Antkowski, V. H 112 N. 48th avenue 

Antonides, Frank. 824 W. 19th street 

Anyzewski, Leon 1494 N. Western avenue 

Apf el, Ed 1474 W. Fullerton avenue 

Arado, D 1628 W. Harrison street 

Arado', Frank 48 W. Madison street 

Arado, Frank 691 W. North avenue 

Arado, G, F 423 State street 

Arado', Jas 2501 W. Lake street 

Arado Joe 564 Halsted street 

Arado, John 32 N. Ashland avenue 

Arado, L. and Gazzolo, B 334 W. Madison street 

Arado, Sam 580 W. Lake street 

Arado, Thos 2502 W. Lake street _ 

Arado, Tony 754 Armitage avenue 

Arata, Louis 3221 Cottage Grove avenue 

Arck, Aug 300 Avondale avenue 

Arenberg, E, 2395 Milwaukee avenue 

Ariola, -P 105 W. Polk street 

Arndt, Carl 860 N. Kedzie avenue 

Irndt, Jul 176 N. Humboldt street 

Arnstaedt, Alf . 1 Roscoe boulevard 

Arntzen, S 567 W. Addison street 

Aronson, John 8911 Commercial avenue 

Aronson, Morris 4500 Dearborn street 

Arp, H. W 1230 Milwaukee avenue 

Arrighi, Peter 1333 W. Van Buren street 

Arrighi, F and Adami, A 205 Grand avenue 

Arrigo, A 137 W. Polk street 



720 


10 


111 


11 


772 


34 


2845 


20 


1488 


17 


1701 


17 


4802 


2 


6235 


2 


4726 


1 


3009 


2 


6335 


2 


3852 


32 


4281 


25 


6274 


24 


6130 


23 


3661 


34 


5032 


4 


1306 


27 


A-841 


29 


5218 


8 


A-540 


17 


4745 


35 


710 


11 


3231 


28 


252 


27 


2381 


13 


6224 


18 


221 


28 


4068 


1 


2138 


35 


1646 


9 


940 


18 


5938 


18 


1833 


14 


402 


35 


2637 


28 


3801 


2 


2574 


27 


4174 


27 


5874 


19 


A-415 


28 


384 


15 


6099 


26 


A-653 


27 


499 


8 


A-616 


30 


3019. 


15 


6302 


13 


5354 


17 


4431 


19 



Ootobor 22, 



1558 1906 



j^g^j^^e^ Address. License No. Ward^ 

Art And ^82 Castello avenue 

Arivio M ^442 Kensington avenue 

Arzanski, Frank 8756 Houston avenue 

Arzt, Jos 395 Washburn avenue 

Ascher. M 819 N. Clark street 

Aschermann, E. B 1618 N. Sacramento avenue 

As€herman, M 892 N. Kedzie avenue 

Aschermann, M 128 5th avenue 

Asoherman, M 894 N. California avenue 

Ash, J. and G 336 W. 12th street 

Atkins, C. J. and Freund, L. P. (Inc.), 4807 S. Ashland ave. 

Austin, A. E 282 Wabash avenue 

Austin, Wm. and Weghorn, F 491 W. Van Buren street 

Auer, Andy 392 W. Harrison street 

Auer A C 384 Ogden avenue 

Aumlnn, b'.".'.' 119 W. 22d street 

Aumann, Hy 173 E. Washington street 

Autenrieth, Chas 1217 W. 63d street 

Auw, John 281 Rush street 

Ayers, F. L 50 .Wells street 

Aylward, Mrs. Kate 284 S. Morgan street 

Aylward, Thos -.1259 W. 47th street 

Aylward, Thos., Jr 4758 Centre avenue 

Azukas, L 3301 Auburn avenue 

Babicz, Mike 255 W. Huron street 

Babka, Frank 1^50 S. 40th avenue 

Babor, Vac 1409 W. 22d street 

Baca, A 449 S. Desplaines street 

Bacci, Louis 1271 W. Van Buren street 

Bacci, Jos 691 W. Van Buren street 

Bacci', B and U 10 E. Polk street 

Bach Al 403 Racine avenue 

Bach, G 520 S. 48th avenue 

Bachman, Geo 2161/3 Fulton street 

Bachmann, Geo 921 S. Halsted street 

Bachmann, CO 695 N. Rockwell street 

Bachrach, Alex 384 Grand avenue 

Backman, J. W 5118 Wentworth avenue 

Badorf, A 2358 Wentworth avenue 

Badovi'nac, Peter 581 Throop street 

Badura, Frank 41 W. Blackhawk street 

Baetzel, Henry 2083 W. 12th street 

Bahlan, Louis 564 Wabash avenue 

Baier, A. F 606 Sedgwick street 

Baier D. D 456 Larrabee street 

Bainor, Frank 483 Canal street 

Bain, Jas 5857 State street 

Baker, Albin 869 W. 20th .street 

Baker, Fred H 448 Grand avenue 

Baker, Henry 370 31st street 



A-358 


33 


3780 


8 


A-305 


11 


1582 


23 


A-843 


27 


1214 


28 


3004 


1 


6151 


28 


2835 


9 


3696 


29 


1587 


1 


1299 


20 


2088 


19 


176 


20 


639 


9 


3643 


1 


1248 


32 


871 


21 


665 


21 


5450 


19 


A-174 


29 


2760 


29 


3026 


5 


A-380 


17 


4096 


34 


4010 


12 


5946 


19 


4271 


13 


2090 


20 


2746 


1 


1358 


24 


4387 


35 


1189 


18 


1190 


9 


3823 


15 


558 


17 


3127 


30 


66 


4 


2899 


10 


2240 


16 


4751 


13 


4223 


1 


873 


23 


1078 


23 


4898 


19 


4154 


7 


6383 


11 


806 


17 


A-138 


2 



October 22, 1559 1906 

Name. Address. 

Baker, J. and Gradzins, I. 2114 Wabash avenue 

Baker, John 678 Grand avenue 

Baker, Thos. H 5500 Lake avenue 

Baker, Wm 6400 State street 

Bakos, S 4757 Throop street 

Balarin, Peter 9001 Ontario avenue 

Balasco, E 104 Polk street 

Balazovie, Fredrieh 1 Luther street 

Balazs, Jos 9348 Cottage Grove avenue 

Balcer,' John F ;. • 846 W. 17th street 

Baldi G 273 W. Madison street 

Baldus, Henry 1709 W. Ohio street 

Baldwin, Jas. and DeBrown, Jac 4501 Halsted street 

Balek, John 14 W. 17th place 

Balmes, Gertrude 576 Southport avenue 

Balz, Chas 963 Washtenaw avenue 

Bambury, K , 531 W. Ohio street 

Bamesberger, H m Ohio street 

Bandell, Mrs. H. E 677 W. Lake street 

Bandboltz, J 119 N. Green street 

Banedt, Ohas. and Koch, H 5855 Halsted street 

Banedt, E 279 Webster avenue 

Banewicz, M 4500 Paulina street 

Bankhardt, Geo. V ...279 Diversey avenue 

Bankmann, Ad 254 Dayton street 

Bankus John 8428 Vincennes road 

Banne, Herman 1 Milwaukee avenue 

Barrett, Pat 4216 Wallace street 

Barry, J. A. and Jenewein, E. T 24 Randolph street 

Barry, Jeremiah 915 47th street 

Barry, William 6635 S. Halsted street 

Barna, John 9361 Cottage Grove avenue 

Barnes, Chas. E 505 S. Canal street 

Barnes, J. J • . • 3758 Butler street 

Barnett, Ben 94 E. Jackson boulevard 

Barnett, John , 984 N. Halsted street 

Barnias, W. ., 929 W. 18th place 

Barabasz, John 253 W. Webster avenue 

Baran, D 157 N. Centre avenue 

Baranov, Leo .... 225 W. Randolph street 

Baravitz, Jos 716 Canal street 

Barborka, Jos 2160 W. 16th street' 

Barbour, Wm. T 276 S. Clark street 

Barden, John P 2356 Canal street 

Bardin, Robt. and Sol 439 State street 

Bardin, Sol. and Robt 349 S. State street 

Barerra, F. and Balasco, R 207 W. Taylor street 

Barling, M 1109 W. Lake street 

Barron, Jno. J 1735 State street 

Barta, K 647 W. 18th street 



License No. 


Ward. 


4460 


1 


5423 


14 


2584 


7 


2522 


32 


2802 


29 


2406 


8 


3032 


1 


5777 


12 


4013 


33 


1927 


U 


4054 


18 


2143 


35 


2939 


30 


4871 


9 


1208 


24 


3716 


28 


5356 


14 


1551 


22 


3364 


14 


A-177 


17 


3978 


31 


386 


24 


3275 


29 


4836 


27 


3464 


23 


1198 


32 


37 


18 


570 


30 


6 


1 


A-139 


30 


A-29 


32 


3438 


33 


2238 


9 


3202 


3 


3896 


1 


1794 


24 


A-217 


11 


5049 


28 


1875 


17 


■ 4747 


18 


4998 


9 


5784 


34 


2598 


1 


5341 


4 


A-61 


1 


3629 


1 


A-845 


19 


4362 


14 


A-261 


1 


559 


11 



October 22, l^^O 



Name. , 

Bartelt, F. and Raap, A 714 W. North avenue 

Bartholomew, F. A 1257 W. 18th street 

Bartkowiak, Thos 4405 Wood street . 

Bartkoviak, W 1002 N. Hoyne avenue 

Bartkus, P. J. and Ywanow, T. A... 4501 S. Paulina street 

Bartkus, P. and Ywanow, T 4600 S. Ashland avenue 

Bartling, Hy 371 Wells street 

Bartoli, Peter 6109 State street 

Barton, Vac 1400 S. 41st avenue 

Bartolomasi, U 240 N. Cla,rk street 

Bartos, Sam 357 Cornell street 

Bartusch, Mrs. H 301 W. 25th .street 

Bartusek, Frank 363 W. 26th street 

Bartusiak, Joseph 856 Carroll avenue 

Barz, Al 878 W. 21st street 

g^gelj B 333 E. North avenue 

Basile', Antoni'.V 137 Ewing street 

Basile, Jos 142 Custom House pla,ce 

Bassi, A. and Cella, Jos 823 W. Madison street 

Bassi, J. and G 417 W. Madison street 

Bassi, Paul 115 W. Madison street 

Bassi, V. and L 1452 W. Van Buren street 

Bassi, V. and L. . . . 1903 Milwaukee avenue 

Basso, Dom 2408 Kensington avenue 

gg^g^g^ p 123 N. Peoria street 

Bastean, aV.*. ' V.'.V • 2024 38th street 

Bastian, L 7200 Green street 

Bastian, Mrs. P 114 Clybourn avenue 

Batastini, A. F 90 E. Harrison street 

Bateman, P HO E- 39th street 

Bates, John 507 California avenue 

Bauer, Adam 773 Clybourn avenue 

Bauer, Mrs. Chr 3848 Centre avenue 

Bauer, Geo. C 1801 State street 

Bauer, John 184 Sherman .street 

Bauer, Jos 897 W. Whipple street 

Bauerle. W. J 503 W. North avenue 

Bauler, Mat 298 E. North avenue 

Baumann, Aug. 3830 Honore street 

Baumann, Bud 1018 N. Albany avenue 

Baumann, Cbas. P 660 Wells street 

Baumel, Edw - 4956 Loomis street 

Baumel, H 718 Clybourn avenue 

Baumel, Jos • 986 Clybourn avenue 

Baumgarten, Chas 661 N. Western avenue 

Baumgarth, Otto 820 Armitage avenue 

Bauml, M 846 S. Ashland avenue 

Baumruck," John 1108 Kedzie avenue 

Bawman, Gus 6625 Halsted street 

Bayer, Felix E 265 Franklin street 



1906 
Address. License No. Ward. 



549 


15 


4231 


12 


4498 


29 


2797 


28 


233 


29 


1416 


29 


1402 


22 


A-422 


7 


5922 


34 


1763 


21 


3023 


17 


5613 


12 


4524 


12 


A-78 


14 


1934 


11 


5490 


23 


3431 


19 


A-564 


1 


3670 


20 


938 


18 


913 


18 


5944 


13 


3329 


28 


5025 


33 


6085 


17 


A-50 


5 


3207 


32 


2570 


22 


2956 


1 


1397 


3 


2548 


13 


4189 


24 


2594 


5 


3820 


1 


5381 


1 


1338 


28 


4337 


28 


98 


22 


2553 


5 


3166 


28 


5811 


23 


3962 


29 


750 


24 


5485 


24 


4876 


15 


A-561 


28 


4622 


11 


A-707 


12 


4612 


32 


382 


1 



October 22, 1561 1906 

Name. Address. 

Bayer, Nicholas '. . 731 Fulton street 

Baynes, N 275 Orleans .street 

Bealek, Ben 4301 Wood street 

Bealek, Ben 133 Canal street 

Bebak, Anton 128 Lister avenue 

Beeherer, Math 93 Washington street 

Beck, C. E. and Kernolt, J. E 17 Quincy street 

Beck, Chas 1683 Elston avenue 

Beck, Nic 5264 State street 

Beck, Wm 618 Diversey boulevard 

Becker, A. R. and Cotter, Jno. F 4382 N. Clark street 

Becker, Ernst 551 Clybourn avenue 

Becker, Henry 98 Orchard street 

Becker, Herman 142 E. North avenue 

Becker, Jos 3077' N. Western avenue 

Becker, Jos 1250 Lincoln avenue 

Becker, Peter 186 Cleveland avenue 

Becker, Ryan & Co., Inc 6245 Halsted street 

Beecher, A 9178 Harbor avenue 

Beehan, W. H 575 N. Western avenue 

Been, J. W. and J. J 116 Quincy street 

Beerbaum, John 263 Rush street 

Beerman, D 6104 S. Halsted street 

Behrend, Jos 285 Augusta street 

Behrendt, Sig 129 W. Jackson street 

Bebrens, Theo. R 722 W. 12th street 

Beierlotzer, John F 239 N. Kedzie avenue 

Beilman, H. J . 1147 N, Western avenue 

Bein, Ad .266 E. Division street 

Bein, Herman 628 Grand avenue 

Beiriger, E. C 3901 Armour avenue 

Boitzel, Theresia 2191 N. Paulina street 

Bekelja, John L 8958 Green Bay avenue 

Belan, P. and Bozik, Geo 55 W. 21st street 

Belice, Jos 1780 W. 69th street 

Belinski, S 1199 Blue Island avenue 

Bell, H 159 W. Erie street 

Bell, Harry 249 Grand avenue 

Bell, Harry 2119 W. Taylor street 

Bell, P.eter 805 S. Loomis street 

Beller, Fred A 27 N. Clark street (hall) 

Bellon, John 24 Ruble street 

Belohlavek, E. J 934 W. 12th street boulevard 

Belzowski, Peter 325 W. 23d place 

Bemka, F 34 Bauwans street 

Benbanowski, L 73 W. Division street 

Benda, V. J 962 W. 18th street 

Bender, Gus T 22 N. Clark street 

Benedict, Bern 55 Grand avenue 

Benes, Frank 365 W. 26th street 



License No. 


Ward. 


1112 


14 


6203 


22 


A-713 


29 


2410 


18 


A-346 


16 


5319 


1 


1185 


1 


5081 


27 


661 


30 


4229 


24 


2770 


25 


4142 


24 


3430 


23 


A-620 


22 


A-608 


27 


1671 


26 


3426 


22 


5073 


31 


4150 


8 


3619 


15 


2715 . 


1 


4182 


21 


2319 


31 


3702 


14 


1806 


18 


2868 


11 


1307 


14 


5719 


28 


819 


22 


3368 


14 


A-227 


30 


2892 


26 


A-575 


8 


6059 


9 


A-932 


31 


2110 


12 


A-797 


17 


A-504 


17 


A-457 


34 


A-59 


10 


A-626 


21 


2864 


9 


A-865 


11 


3633 


12 


A-247 


16 


483 


17 


1705 


11 


6227 


21 


5650 


17 


5958 


12 



October 22, 



1562 



190G 



I 



Name. Address. 

Benes M 336 26th street 

Benjamin, Chas 1256 Belmont avenue 

Benjamin, Wm 1807 State street 

Bennane, Steve 99 S. Halsted street 

Bennett, John 514 S. Morgan street 

Bennett, Mrs. M 9501 Ewing avenue 

Bennett, John 333 LaSalle street 

Bensinger, E. H 575 N. Clark street 

Bensin<yer, L. A 120 E. Monroe street 

Benson N. H 153 W. Madison street 

Bensoni Thos 263 Western avenue 

Benson, Wm. A 907 N. California avenue 

Benson, Wm. E 886 Austin avenue 

Benter F 682 N. Ashland avenue 

Benvenuti, C 4950 State street 

Benz, A. A 73 Dearborn avenue 

Benz, Hy 208 Clybourn avenue 

Benzing, Max 475 Lincoln avenue 

Benzinger, Wm. C 1025 W. 31st street 

Benzo, Ed. and Wm ' 550 Armitage avenue 

Benzo, Otto 724 Elston avenue 

Beonda, Pio 11566 Front street 

Beranek, Jas 5258 Lincoln street 

Berardi, F 193 Forquer street 

Berdel, Jos 2217 Cottage Grove avenue 

Berg, Chas. F 5958 Halsted street 

Berg, Chas. and Peterson, P 43 River street 

Berg, Gus 150 La Salle street 

Berg Peter 2551 Lincoln avenue 

Berger, Chas 314 Wells street 

Bergeson, Gus 11956 Halsted street 

Berghoff Co., Inc., H. J. Berghoff . . .198 W. Randolph street 

Berghoff, Co., H. J. Berghoff 202 State street 

Berghoff Co., Inc., H. J. Berghoff 135 Clark street 

Bergland, T 981 W. Division street 

Bergsten, S and Swanson, John 69 E. Chicago avenue 

Berkes, Gus. A 345 E. Fullerton avenue 

Berklund, Theo 61 E. Chicago avenue 

Berkson, I. E 6300 S. Park avenue 

Berlage, E. J 125 Van Buren street 

Berlin, Sam 182 S. Halsted street 

Bermes, Peter 320 Cleveland avenue 

Bernard, Jos 620 Blue Island avenue 

Bernasek, Frank 4635 S. Wood street 

Bernasek, Anton 836 Allport street 

Bernatz, John 735 W. Taylor street 

Bernero, B. and Bono, 178 Wells street 

Bernero, John 249 S. Western avenue 

Berni, Chr 305 Ogden avenue 

Bernick, F. and Boggs, R. 0. 9002 The Strand 



License No. Ward. 



2592 


4 


4349 


25 


1513 


1 


6362 


18 


6352 


10 


4719 


8 


5369 


1 


4917 


21 


3178 


1 


5149 


18 


2145 


14 


1899 


28 


2613 


14 


3912 


16 


5023 


30 


4302 


21 


1639 


22 


5021 


25 


112 


5 


1201 


28 


4208 


16 


5806 


33 


A-338 


29 


6187 


19 


4053 


2 


A-487 


31 


4709 


1 


3689 


1 


514 


27 


2173 


21 


3463 


33 


2530 


18 


2529 


1 


2528 


1 


5842 


15 


5328 


22 


3880 


24 


3372 


22 


322 


7 


34 


1 


635 


18 


2202 


23 


2905 


10 


2035 


29 


1536 


10 


626 


20 


128 


21 


328 


13 


6282 


20 


5263 


8 



October 22, 1563 

Name. Address. 

Bernstein, M 388 W. Harrison street 

Bernstein, Jos • 165 S. Halsted street 

Bertini, P. and Betti, P 66 N. Franklin street 

Bertram Al 94 Dearborn avenue 

Bertsch, J. L 125 W. Van Buren street 

Berzinski, Peter 354 Fulton street 

Berzinski J 656 N. Ashland avenue 

j>egt J 1612 State street 

Bettendorf, Anton 462 N. Clark street 

Betzler C. A 134 E. Jackson street 

Betzonick, Erik. 116 Eugenie street 

Beutler, Aug 3234 S. Centre avenue 

Bewersdorf, F. W 964 S. Western avenue 

Beyerlein, Hy 8458 Halsted street 

Biagi, Antonio 6025 S. State street 

Biagi, E. and Biagitti, L 1370 W. Madison street 

Biagi, John 1804 W. Harrison street 

Bialk, Erick B 1905 Elston avenue 

Bichowski, Aug 1102 Clybourn avenue 

Bicknell, 0. G 1671 N. Clark street 

Biedermann, Chas 1026 W. 12tli street 

Biederstadt, Wm 106 Mohawk street 

Biegas, Ferd 472 W. 15th street 

Biehl, Henry 6308 Cottage Grove avenue 

Bielawski, Jos .8749 Escanaba avenue 

Bienbeck, Mich 64th and Cortland street 

Biendl, Henry 71 E. FuUerton avenue 

Bierer, A 1971 36th street 

Bierndt, Fred T 479 N. California avenue 

Bierzynski, A. J. . 4600 S. Paulina street 

Bieschke, Jac 4715 Paulina street 

Biewer, Aug 4360 N. Clark street 

Biewer, Aug 3345 N. Clark street 

Biggini, A 1168 W. Chicago avenue 

Biggini, A 781 W. Madison street 

Biggins, Thos 458 Wolfram street 

Biggio, F. and J ; ... 744 W. Polk street 

Biggio, John A 18 Wells street 

Biggio, T. and F. S 6 Canal street 

Bilshausen, H 292 Sedgwick street 

Binkley, M. K 3636 Cottage Grove avenue 

Binkowski, John 13300 Erie avenue 

Bindig, Henry 46 Michigan avenue 

Bionda, Tony 2109 Clark street 

Birmingham, Jos 203 E. Kinzie street 

Birns, Louis 1839 Milwaukee avenue 

Birns, Herm 2439 Milwaukee avenue 

Birong, J. C 642 Diversey boulevard 

Birr, Theo 141 E. FuUerton avenue 

Bishop, Sam 1566 Clybourn avenue 



1906 



License No. "S 


Vard. 


2641 


19 


3654 


18 


3370 


22 


6279 


21 


5306 


18 


3428 


18 


266 


16 


5605 


1 


4887 


21 


1290 


1 


A-544 


23 


1825 


5 


4704 


12 


2078 


32 


1403 


7 


3649 


13 


3850 


13 


6276 


27 


1557 


24 


1280 


25 


1335 


12 


4912 


22 


5286 


10 


5280 


7 


5215 


8 


A-493 


27 


4209 


24 


2908 


5 


4502 


15 


596 


29 


1683 


29 


3737 


25 


235 


26 


401 


15 


400 


20 


3842 


24 


5817 


20 


5622 


21 


3226 


18 


4540 


22 


1909 


3 


50 


8 


2993 


1 


3929 


1 


A-306 


21 


78 


28 


1795 


27 


4187 


24 


3432 


24 


881 


24 



October 22, 1564 1906 

Name. Address. 

Bismarck Hotel Co 180 E. Randolph street 

Bismarck Garden Co Grace and Halsted streets 

Bissa, Jos. E 912 N. Wood street 

Bittin, Anton 649 Union street 

Bittke, A 915 N. Hoyne avenue 

Bittke, F 29 Thomas street 

Bittorf, Con 1168 W. 12th street 

Bjork, Gus 10028 Ewing avenue 

Black, T. F 1525 N. Clark street 

Blackwell, John 441 W. 12th street 

Bladorn, Aug 1909 W. Chicago avenue 

Blaha, Frank 643 W. 18th place 

Blake, 0. B 326 39th street 

Blanke, Fred S. E. cor. 16th and Union streets 

Blase, Geo 3593 Milwaukee avenue 

Blazek, Ad 719 Allport street 

Bleznicki, John 1024 N. Hoyne avenue 

Blickhahn, Geo 316 S. Jefferson street 

Bloschinger, John 1633 W. 47th street 

Bloise, L. and Abbott, F : 389 Halsted street 

Block, A 195 W. Lake street 

Bloechel Otto 1002 Lincoln avenue 

Blommaert, Ed 552 W. 14th street 

Bloom, Hans 63 N. Centre avenue 

Bloom, M. . 621 W. Madison street 

Blubla, 1 4506 Laflin street 

Bluge, Adam 3235 S. Centre avenue 

Blum, Abraham 4371 Milwaukee avenue 

Blum, John 6 100 Halsted street 

Blumensbein, Louisa 1100 W. 51st street 

Bordman, John. 6900 Throop street 

Bobel, Adam 4500 State street 

Bobinsky, Harry 543 Canal street 

Bobinsky, 1 542 Jefferson street 

Bobinsky, Jacob 462 Union street 

Bobrowski, S. and Dabkiewicz, V 761 Noble street 

Bobzin, Fred W 1392 Ogden avenue 

Bochnak, Al 4306 Ashland avenue 

Bock, A. A 45 Sloan street 

Bock, Chas 867 N. Clark street 

Bockmann, F. and H 468 Halsted street 

Bodendorf, E 4115 S. Ashland avenue 

Bodevin, Nic 10350 Avenue M 

Bodinet, Al 1863 Elston avenue 

Boeckler, A 1590 Armitage avenue 

Boedecker, H. W 250 Randolph street 

Boehm, Jos 360 fci. Clark street 

Boehm, Mrs. Otto 5859 Ashland avenue 

Boeglin, Peter 424 E. North avenue 

Boener, R. E 447 W. Taylor street 



License No. 


Ward. 


213 


1 


214 


25 


4777 


16 


4242 


9 


3319 


28 


2141 


15 


6129 


12 


5899 


8 


3074 


25 


1967 


19 


3816 


35 


A-285 


11 


572 


3 


A-578 


9 


4881 


27 


A-429 


10 


4945 


28 


3947 


19 


A-535 


29 


6263 


19 


1213 


18 


644 


24 


622 


10 


4218 


17 


791 


20 


2390 


29 


A-384 


5 


125 


27 


3865 


31 


2079 


29 


5819 


32 


3630 


30 


6043 


9 


6110 


9 


4381 


9 


4864 


16 


2831 


12 


4630 


29 


689 


16 


3307 


23 


4658 


9 


2232 


29 


3097 


8 


2565 


27 


786 


27 


4547 


1 


2708 


1 


2769 


31 


A-377 


21 


5927 


19 



October 22, 1565 1906 

j<]-ame. Address. License No. Ward. 

Boemer, H. W. and Haederlein, Jno 311 Michigan street 

Boetter, Wm. H 5324 State street 

Boettiger, L 754 W. Madison street 

Bogdan, J 4514 S. Paulina street 

Bogda, P 715 W. 13tb street 

Bogers, John 116 Hastings street 

Boggan, Thos 290 Fulton street 

Boggiano, Louis 480 W. Lake street 

Bogus, Mich 82 W. Taylor street 

Bohac Al 396 Hastings street 

Bohadlo, Anton 23 Fisk street 

Bohan, John W 4701 Ashland avenue 

Bohle, Phil 541 N. Western avenue 

Bohlken, John 95 N. Jefferson street 

Bohn, Mrs. M •• 160 Gafalt court 

Bokr, Vac 2357 W. 47th street 

Boland, And 1303 W. 47th street 

Boland, John : 2357 44th court 

Boland, T 1824 W. Indiana street 

Bolek, Jos. F 621 Blue Island avenue 

Bollard, Geo. L 13^/2 Adams street 

Bolles, Geo 3501 Wentworth avenue 

Borahis, John 2544 118th street 

Bonzzkowski, S. and Kozisk, Paul 55 Ontario street 

Bondi A 149 Milton avenue 

Bondreau, Nap 7015 Madison avenue 

Bonfitto, Tony 120 W. Taylor street 

Bonk, Andrew 374 N. Carpenter street 

Bonse, Francis M. . . . , 13601 Indiana avenue 

Booher, G. & McCord, I. D 4101 Emerald avenue 

Boos, Geo., Jr 313 Fulton, street 

Borchardt, C. and R 1907 W. Madison street 

Borchardt, Ed 1082 Clybourn avenue 

Borcherdt, John 1323 Armitage avenue 

Borecki, Jos • 761 S. Ashland avenue 

Borenstin, M 10 ^^^h street 

Borgn, Jos 84 14th place 

Borgstedt, J. F 660 Loomis street 

Borkovec, V 1108 Whipple street 

Borkowski, Peter 690 W. 22d street 

Born, John 211 92d street 

Borovicka, Vin 683 Morgan street 

Borrelli, S 6801 S. Wood street 

Borrmann, Aug 417 State street 

Bosnak, M 4058 State street 

Bosaler, Harry A 11358 Schlitz avenue 

Boston Store, Inc 118 State street 

Bdthman, F 119 Randolph street 

Botthof P 1155 Roscoe boulevard 

Boulevard Buffet Co., Geo. Wagner, Mgr..lll01 Michigan ave. 



A-390 


21 


A-956 


30 


1095 


20 


3046 


29 


1662 


11 


5310 


10 


6313 


18 


996 


18 


5768 


19 


A-643 


11 


5767 


10 


2776 


29 


6174 


15 


699 


18 


1353 


22 


4522 


29 


A-412 


29 


A-712 


34 


1964 


35 


3972 


30 


3339 


1 


3754 


3 


3620 


33 


A-688 


22 


3526 


22 


1484 


7 


1362 


19 


6139 


17 


A-680 


33 


A-413 


•30 


2339 


18 


785 


13 


1161 


24 


696 


27 


A-942 


U 


2047 


21 


A-430 


9 


3711 


10 


1534 


12 


543 


11 


4322 


8 


6257 


10 


4320 


31 


A-868 


1 


2937 


30 


A-640 


33 


F-2 


1 


4131 


1 


122 


26 


5834 


33 



October 22, 1566 1906 

Name. Address. 

Boiirke, Geo. H 91 Racine avenue 

Bourke, H. J 92 W. Chicago avenue 

Bowers, Mrs. Geo 4113 S. Ashland avenue 

Bowes, H. C 65 E. Erie street 

Bowes, F. P. and Manning, J. E 321 State street 

Bowman, A. P 3*3 W. 39tb street 

Bowman, Eric 1158 59th street 

Bowman, L. C 1027 W. Van Buren street 

Boyd, John G 897 W. 12th street 

Boyce, Thos 725 Boot street 

Boyle, Jos 6110 State street 

Boyle, Pat 273 W. Van Buren street 

Boyle, P. and T 5400 Loomis street 

Boyle's Chop House, E. Biley, Prop 12 Quincy street 

Boyschou, Ohr 690 W. North avenue 

Boyschou, C 1340 N. Western avenue 

Bozik, Sam 281 Cornell street 

Brady, Bryon 10400 Muskegon avenue 

Brady, J. F 227 E. Division street 

Brady, J. T 64 E. Adams street 

Bradley, A. M 544 W. Madison street 

Bradley, Chas 238 Kedzie avenue 

Bradley, Jas 99 W. Madison street 

Brabec, Chas 1179 Wabansia avenue 

Bracken, F. P 22,20 W. 59th street 

Bradbury, Geo. A 5518 State street 

Brand Bros. Co., Inc., H. Brand, Pres.. ..776 Ashland avenue 

Brander, Harry 4859 Loomis street ' 

Brand!, Mrs. U 231 N. Franklin street 

Brahmstadt, L 6401 S. Halsted street 

Braman, M 165 Division street 

Brammann, H. J. Jr 535 W. Division street 

Brandes, M 3546 State street 

Brandau, H 249 N. Clark street 

Brandon, Jno. H 195 S. Market street 

Brandl, S. J 155 E. Randolph street 

Brandner, John 62 W. Randolph street 

Brann, Jos. F 5159 Laflin street 

Brannock, J. and K 272 N. Clark street 

Brannock, J. and K 156 Wells street 

Brandsma, I. . 2606 111th street 

Branzanski, Adam 159 W. 14th place 

Brauer, F 1502 W. 45th street 

Brauer, P 4109 S. Ashland avenue 

Braun, W 1070 S. Albany avenue 

Brauns, H. C 116 N. Kedzie avenue 

Brazel, Jas 1311 W. 47th street 

Brazier, Sam 1639 N. Campbell avenue 

Brebach, Aug 3247. Wentworth avenue 

Brebach, H 3832 Ashland avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


5116 


24 


1047 


15 


3492 


29 


A-729 


22 


4796 


1 


397 


30 


5759 


31 


2698 


13 


4085 


11 


5687 


30 


A-550 


31 


2038 


18 


6118 


29 


A-328 


1 


A-700 


28 


2210 


28 


413 


17 


3188 


8 


1267 


22 


5190 


1 


A-674 


20 


5243 


13 


97 


18 


4933 


27 


2762 


31 


2255 


31 


5059 


11 


A- 67 6 


29 


4067 


22 


2531 


32 


620 


22 


2734 


15 


898 


3 


1436 


21 


295 


1 


2113 


1 


1740 


18 


3244 


■29 


451 


21 


4021 


21 


2213 


33 


6091 


9 


A-114 


•29 


A-814 


29 


A-801 


12 


960 


14 


6132 


29 


3600 


27 


2257 


3 


45 


5 



October 22, 1^67 

Name. Address. 

Breen M J ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ 

BrehoVsky, V 52 W. 25th street 

Breier A J ^965 Lyman street 

Breit/john. . 357 Larrabee street 

Breitenreiter, Cbas 1076 S. Oakley avenue 

Brejcba, Frank ••••546 W. 25th place 

Brekke, T. and Larsen, Ed 205 N. Carpenter street 

Bremer, C 293 W. Erie street 

Bremer, E. H 493 Canal street 

Brennan, Mrs. A 5345 Aberdeen street 

Brennan, Chas 1343 N. California avenue 

Brennan, E. F 6310 Cottage Grove avenue 

Brennan, Frank 968 W. 12th street 

Brennan, J. M 759 43d street 

Brennan, Jas 75 W. Lake street 

Brennan, John • 114 W. Madison street 

Brennan, Jno. F 4801 State .street 

Brennan, John J • 155 E. Chicago avenue 

Brennan, L. G 143 N. Clark street 

Brennan, P 160 Van Buren street 

Brennock, Wm. and Verreault, E. H 157 Ogden avenue 

Brett, Thos. F 1804 Wabash avenue 

Brevoort Hotel Co., A. D. Hannah, Pres. 145 E. Madison street 

Breuer, Mat 680 S. Halsted street 

Brewick, G. V • 888 W. North avenue 

Brezina, Frank 178 DeKoven street 

gj.icg ^ 3622 Marshfield avenue 

Brichacek,"M" ■.*.'. • 761 W. 18th place 

Brichetto, Jos 43 Michigan street 

Brieske, Jul 573 Southport avenue 

Brieske, L 597 Southport avenue 

Brieske, Leo 702 Barry avenue 

Brio^crs House, L. F. Hoher, A. M. .Randolph st. and 5th ave. 

BriSlFi^d 318 Clark street 

Brill, John 8900 The Strand 

Brinich, Thos • • • 10742 Torrence avenue 

Brinke, R. A : 176 E. North avenue 

Brinker, H. 10461 Avenue M 

Brinker, Henry 564 S. Ashland avenue 

Britton, A. E 1255 N. California avenue 

Brizzolara Buffet, Inc., D. Brizzolara, Pres.. 524 Van Buren 

Brizzolara, C. and D 495 W. Madison street 

Brizzolara, D. and Chas 428 W. Van Buren street 

Brizzolara, Fred 1489 W. Ohio street 

Brizzolara, Louis 253 W. Madison street 

Broderick, John 175 W. Madison street 

Brodie, Ed 75 E. 28th place 

Brodie, J. M 5356 S. Halsted street 

Brodsky, Lena 485 Ogden avenue 

Brogi, Frank 400 Dearborn street 



1906 



iicense No. 


Ward. 


5004 


7 


6060 


11 


A-379 


4 


5082 


22 


1873 


12 


5776 


12 


A-622 


17 


1637 


17 


A-828 


19 


4538 


29 


5213 


28 


- 3841 


7 


5609 


12 


4653 


30 


5145 


18 


6379 


18 


107 


6 


3709 


22 


3999 


21 


.2335 


1 


6288 


20 


5304 


1 


A-568 


1 


1831 


9 


1285 


28 


2532 


19 


1028 


5 


712 


n 


2370 


22 


5847 


24 


1333 


24 


4681 


24 


2653 


1 


1147 


1 


5220 


8 


5795 


8 


2144 


22 


1086 


8 


2457 


n 


1081 


28 


3748 


20 


4462 


IS 


5160 


19 


2628 


35 


5445 


18 


4057 


IS 


4987 


4 


1754 


29 


A-458 


20 


5346 


1 



October 22, 



15G8 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Brolimaii, E 5454 Lake avenue 

Broniarczyk, St 4459 S. Wood street 

Brooker, M. C 206 W. Adams street 

Brophy, M. J 1053 W. 13th street 

Brotz, Louise .' 85 La Salle avenue 

Browarsky, Ed 177 Colorado avenue 

Browarsky, J. M 686 W. Taylor street 

Browarsky, Sol 351 W. Madison street 

Browarsky, Sol 323 W. Randolph street 

Brozek, F 708 W. 18th place 

Brozowsky, H 183 W. 14th street 

Brown, xl 391 State street 

Brown, C. A 47 N. Clark street 

Brown, J. E. and Lindsay, E. M 6359 S. Park avenue 

Brown, J. E. and Lindsay, E. M 5443 Shields avenue 

Brown, John V 1046 W. Lake street 

Brown, Jos 2031 Ogden avenue 

Bruckner, Robt.' 468 W. 12th street 

Bruder, F. W 2020 Dearborn street 

Bruder, Michael 556 Clybourn avenue 

Brueckman, L 232 North avenue 

Brubn, Fritz 526 N. Halsted street 

Bruhnke, Frank 2258 W. 12th street 

Bruksch, K 2407 N. Western avenue 

Brummer, Jno 259 Orchard street 

Brunn, Chas. A 108 W. Harrison street 

Brunn, Frank 755 W. Superior street 

Brunner, L 230 Clybourn avenue 

Bruns, G. C 913 Lincoln avenue 

Brunzel, John 11132 Michigan avenue 

Bruzek, Alb 2000 W. 63d street 

Bruzek, Al 1718 W. 63d street 

Brzozowski, J. 217 W. Randolph street 

Brzozowski, J 8839 Exchange avenue 

Bublitz, Frank 419 N. Fairfield avenue 

Bucek, Jos 8558 Buffalo avenue 

Buck & Rayner, Jos. Trienens, Pres 132 State street 

Buckingham, E. C 6659 S. Park avenue 

Buckley, Jas 3601 Emerald avenue 

Buckley, M 1423 State street 

Buconich, M 9050 The Strand 

Buconich, S. and Povlich, Jno 8914 The Strand 

Bucz, Geo 4459 Honore street 

Budarek, J 643 Throop street 

Buehl, J 1074 Southport avenue 

Buehler, Emil 380 Larrabee street 

Buehlmann, Alf 89 Wells street 

Buehrer, J. F 601 E. 70th street 

Buerde, Emil 1762 W. Chicago avenue 

Buffo, Thos. and Carbonette, Tony 384 Dearborn street 



icense No. 


Ward. 


199 


7 


4497 


, 29 


5792 


18 


A-396 


11 


3644 


21 


A-472 


13 


1252 


11 


2355 


18 


2356 


18 


A-651 


11 


3514 


9 


2278 


1 


5309 


21 


4899 


7 


5393 


30 


5355 


14 


2542 


34 


6382 


10 


3652 


1 


A-844 


24 


2561 


22 


952 


22 


5231 


34 


A-876 


27 


1982 ■ 


23 


566 


19 


177 


14 


3075 


22 


4691 


24 


67 


33 


A-882 


31 


4928 


31 


4409 


.18 


4575 


8 


5791 


15 


4717 


8 


3684 


1 


4977 


7 


268 


5 


A-461 


1 


1738 


8 


A-438 


8 


1942 


29 


A-239 


10 


A-225 


26 


3169 


22 


4477 


22 


3093 


7 


147 


35 


3734 


1 



October 22, 1569 1906 

jsfa^^e. Address. License No. Ward. 

Bugayski, Florian 2361 115th street 

BuM, Arthur 699 S. Canal street 

Buinda, Jos 4025 Ashland avenue 

Bukowski, Julian 3156 E. Morgan street 

Bukowski, Mrs. P 132 Cleaver street 

Bulger, Fred and Lines, H 52 E. 39th street 

Bunge, Chr . . - 160 N. Mozart street 

Buonanno, M 12^ Ewing street 

Burbach, Jos 1859 Elston avenue 

Burdette, Wm 26 Biver street 

Burgdorf, F. E 90 S. Clinton street 

Burger, Ike 1915 Armour avenue 

Burkland, Mrs. A 5845 S. Halsted street 

Burleson, CD 27 E. Division street 

Burmeister, Geo 2175 K Clark street 

Burmeister, Henry 1381 N. Marshfield avenue 

Burton, A. and Son 19 E. Chicago avenue 

Burns, B 824 43d street 

Burns, J. F. and Goldfus, Geo. F 12 State street 

Burns, Jas 93 S. Peoria street 

Burns, Jas. P. 280 5th avenue 

Burns, John 3900 State street 

Burns, John 34 Sholto street 

Burns M 3300 Union avenue 

Burns', M." M.'.V 309 Illinois street 

Burns, Wm 4223 S. Halsted street 

Burns, Wm 826 W. 43d street 

Burns, Wm. E 6255 State street 

Burke, J and K 72 E. Van Buren street 

Burke, Jack 29 E. 31st street 

Burke, Jas. F 248 W. Adams street 

Burke, John • 11562 Front street 

Burke, John J 74 E. Chicago avenue 

Burke, John W 5103 State street 

Burke, Pat 487 W. 12th street 

Burke, P. E 1205 W. Adams street 

Burke' Thos •• • • -2505 Archer avenue 

Burke! Thos.E • • • -788 39th street 

Burke Wm 4300 Ashland avenue 

Busche, Otto • 419 S. Western avenue 

Buschmann, A 574 Armitage avenue 

Buschmann & Co., A 272 Cortland street 

Bussan, H 25 Indiana street 

Busse, F. A 1892 N. Clark street 

Busse, Wm 5444 Princeton avenue 

Busse, Wm 5408 Princeton avenue 

Butcher Chas 115 Hickory avenue 

Butcher, John 31 Cherry avenue 

Butler, Abn. P 159 Sangamon street 

Butler, Jno. T 6245 State street 



3071 


33 


A-636 


9 


A-72 


29 


1404 


4 


761 


16 


A-597 


3 


A-350 


15 


810 


19 


1548 


27 


1094 


1 


5739 


18 


3701 


1 


4765 


31 


A-144 


22 


3270 


26 


6176 


24 


374 


22 


^4789 


30 


569 


1 


2089 


18 


246 


1 


528 


30 


4269 


19 


6012 


5 


4831 


21 


A-726 


CO 


1814 


30 


3062 


7 


2162 


1 


5517 


2 


1611 


18 


4152 


33 


3305 


22 


A-552 


6 


6284 


19 


6197 


13 


46 


4 


4667 


3 


2759 


29 


1719 


13 


3094 


28 


3401 


28 


3036 


22 


2673 


25 


A-948 


30 


56 


30 


6266 


22 


2283 


22 


A-511 


IS 


2132 


7 



October 22, 



1570 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Butler, Michael 1547 Fillmore street 

Butts, Chas 738 W. Madison street 

Buxbaum, F 2136 State street 

Buza, And 8311 Illinois avenue 

Buzant, John 816 Allport street 

Buzany, Geo 4700 S. Halsted street 

Byczek, A 468 Noble street 

Byczek, Martin 4220 Ashland avenue 

Bydalek, M 27 Bremen street 

Bynum, Jno. and Taylor, E 202 2&th street 

Byrne, Ed 264 Loomis street 

Byrne, Hugh 9000 Green Bay avenue 

Byrne, J. and Flanagan, J 127 W. Van Buren street 

Byrne, M 294 S. Water street 

Byrnes, Jas 164 Crosby street 

Byrnes, Geo. W 627 W. Madison street 

Byrnes, Jas. T 650 Canal street 

Byrnes, John 251 Randolph street 

Cabanski, John 913 31st place 

Cada, Jos 910 S. Western avenue 

Cada, Vac 815 S. Ashland avenue 

Cadek, F 689 Allport street 

Cademartree, S 706 W. Madison street 

Caesar, Henry 47 W. North avenue 

Cafferty, M 2065 38th street 

Cahill, D. J 4139 Halsted street 

Cahill, Jos 3720 Cottage Grove avenue 

Cahill, Thos 368 Indiana street 

Caldwell, John 405 W. Randolph .street 

Callahan, D. 182 N. Halsted street 

Callahan, T. E. and Sherman, C 15 S. Clark street 

Callahan, W. G 381 N. Clark street 

Callagban, John 55 89th street 

Callaghan, John 844 39th street 

Callaghan, John 4430 Wentworth avenue 

Callanan, Chas 2763 Archer avenue 

Calteux, Peter 2521 S. Halsted street 

Calumet Club, Inc., L. McConnell . . 20th and Michigan avenue 

Calumet Country Club 95th and Cottage Grove avenue 

Campbell, John .- 4002 Armour avenue 

Campbell, M. F 104 5th avenue 

Cameron-Sullivan Co., Inc., D. H. Sullivan, Treas...286 Wabash 

Canary, P 239 W. Randolph street 

Candler, Frank 7076 Cottage Grove avenue 

CaniflF, Thos 261 Wells street 

Caminti, S. and J . '. 69 Oak street 

Cannivet, John 1481 Montrose avenue 

Cannon, Pat 5257 Centre avenue 

Cannon, Peter 411 W. Taylor street 

Cannon, Thos. V : ... 75 S. Water street 



License No. 


Ward. 


A-587 


13 


A-289 


20 


3790 


1 


5332 


8 


4697 


9 


3642 


29 


4566 


17 


3519 


29 


3149 


28 


5611 


2 


6285 


20 


5906 


8 


3392 


18 


2737 


1 


2506 


22 


4283 


20 


A-49 


9 


5960 


1 


302 


4 


4642 


12 


4710 


11 


5289 


10 


798 


20 


2719 


16 


3214 


5 


4423 


30 


5591 


3 


5470 


21 


1139 


18 


5830 


17 


3881 


1 


2094 


21 


6240 


8 


2980 


5 


2195 


30 


281 


4 


363 


4 


5439 


1 


A-351 


33 


3759 


30 


2551 


1 


A- 100 


1 


2911 


18 


3099 


7 


3038 


22 


A-477 


22 


2996 


27 


2789 


29 


3212 


19 


A-955 


1 



October 22, l^^l 

' Name. . . J^?f ff' , , 

Cantillon, M 6 Wells street 

Oantillon, M. E 267 S. Clark street 

Capal, Chr 98 K Harrisoii 

Capasso, Seb 323 Jefferson street 

Capek, Anton 1033 North avenue 

Caplan, J. D 329 W. Polk street 

Caproni, L 733y, W. Madison street 

Carroll, Mrs. A 1470 W. Madison street 

Carroll A J 2979 Wentwortb avenue 

Carroll; J. and M 1149 W, Madison street 

Carroll, Jas. J 461 E. 26th street 

Carroll, Jas. T = 6319 Centre avenue 

Carroll, John. . • 267 W. Madison street 

Carroll, M 401 Root street 

Carroll, Pat 5300 Carpenter street 

Carroll, Pat. E 1102 W. 69th street 

Carberry, M. J 6301 Halsted street 

Carden, Ch. J. 32,00 Ashland avenue 

Carden, Chas. J 356 W. 12th street 

Carey, John 4501 Loomis street 

Carey, John 3923 Morgan street 

Qarey T • '^^^ ^^ ^^^^""^ ^^"^^^^ 

Carey' Thos. E. and Loftus, Mrs. E. . . .306 Desplaines street 

Carl Paul 188 E. Randolph street 

Carlin, Thad and J. C 129 Sedgwick street 

Carlson C D 2159 Armitage avenue 

Carlson, Con 826 W. North avenue 

Carlson, E. J. and Pearson, Jno 205 Townsend street 

Carlson, Gust : 202 N. 48th avenue 

Carlson, John 135 Oak street 

Carlson, John 196 Oak street 

Carlson, N 226 E. Division street 

Carlson, Swan 139 Townsend street 

Carlson, Wm 8456 Green Bay avenue 

Carmean, W. H • • • -575 Wabash avenue 

Carmody, Jerry , -439 W. Harrison street 

Carmody, Thos 2205 40th avenue 

Carney, Mrs. P : 93 S. Canal street 

Carradine, Angelo -2414 Kensington avenue 

Carrier,-J. B 5200 Union avenue 

Carson, W. R -120 W. 51st street 

Carter, John 1224 W. 63d street 

Cartier, Mrs. John 6000 State street 

Gary F. X 5258 Ashland avenue 

Casey E. D 7201 Greenwood avenue 

Casey, James 7092 S. Chicago avenue 

Casey, James 701 Western avenue 

Gasaleggi, Jos 520 W. Chicago avenue 

Case, Jas. and Mee, E 39 N. Clark street 

Casner Phil 753 Loomis street 



1906 



License No. 


Ward. 


1293 


21 


1640 


1 


A-423 


1 


6258 


19 


3963 


28 


779 


19 


1952 


20 


1959 


13 


3875 


2 


606 


13 


A-953 


2 


5409 


32 


2882. 


18 


1815 


30 


4486 


29 


4403 


32 


2897 


32 


A-892 


5 


A-893 


10 


A-903 


29 


5469 


29 


4552 


20 


6361 


19 


582 


1 


A-781 


22 


47 


27 


4370 


15 


127 


22 


4780 


35 


3386 


22 


2069 


22 


2913 


22 


416 


22 


500 


8 


5006 


1 


5831 


19 


2657 


34 


A- 140 


18 


1462 


33 


4496 


30 


1197 


30 


5929 


31 


4274 


31 


2756 


29 


2416 


33 


301 


7 


6296 


12 


A-302 


15 


3481 


21 


A-705 


10 



(\'tober 22, 



1572 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Casner, Ph 1608 State street 

Caspars, Frank 1511 State street 

Oassidy, John 204 39tli street 

Cassidy, P. J 2254 38th street 

Castagnino, Jas 3026 State street 

Castle, Herman L 378 E. North avenue 

Catalano, D 147 Milton avenue 

Cater, B 1984 W. Lake street 

Cato, F. G 293 Wells street 

Cattorini, G 342 State street 

Cavagnaro, F 1558 W. Harrison street 

Cavagnaro, N 1416 W. Madison street 

Cavagnaro, Tony 387 California avenue 

Cavanaugh, E. B 350 Lincoln avenue 

Cavanagh, Jas. L 1422 S. Kedzie avenue 

Cavanaugh, W. J 7101 S. Chicago avenue 

Cavanaugh, W. J 226 S. Clark street 

Cecka, Al 2057 51st street 

Cedarwall, Otto 1376 75th street 

Cejka, Jac 1272 S. Trumbull avenue 

Celenica, Nick 10612 Torrence avenue 

Cella, J. and A 445 W. Madison street 

Cella J. Geo 426 Madison street 

Cella Jos 2901 Dearborn street 

Cella, L. A 578 W. Lake street 

Cella', F. B. and Arado, L 13 S. Clark street 

Celmer, Julian 646 W. 15th street 

Central Cafe and Restaurant, R. F. Barton, Mgr 

42 Michigan avenue 

Cermak, F. V 2010 W. 16th street 

Cermak,' J 988 S. Troy street 

Cermak, Jos 717 Allport street 

Cerone, F. and Occhinto, L 146 N. Sangamon street 

Cervenka, Anton 541 W. 18th street 

Cervenka, John A 661 W. 18th street 

Cervenka, Jos 459 W. 22d street 

Cervenka, Jos 1000 Kedzie avenue 

Cerveny, Frank, Jr 797 W. 18th street 

Cerveny, Frank 1163 S. Troy street 

Cerveny, Geo • 6527 Ashland avenue 

Cerveny, Jos. W 99 W. 26th street 

Chada, W. J 441 N. Western avenue 

Chakin, J 90 Edgemont avenue 

Chaloupka, Jas 3258 S. Hoyne avenue 

Chamales, John 91 S. Clark street 

Chamales, John 302 State street 

Chamales, Thos 15 E. 12th street 

Chamales, Thos 363 Wabash avenue 

Chambers, Chas 162 Orleans street 

Chambers, John - T^9 Erie street 



License No. 


Ward. 


4626 


1 


426 


1 


A-559 


3 


1108 


5 


5364 


2 


A-131 


21 


5802 


22 


4191 


13 


165 


22 


A-488 


1 


6104 


13 


5658 


13 


6049 


13 


521 


25 


1655 


-12 


4478 


33 


923 


1 


4886 


29 


3362 


33 


1541 


12 


4334 


8 


927 


18 


3014 


20 


3544 


2 


5657 


18 


2428 


1 


A-839 


11 


2928 


1 


4755 


34 


1019 


12 


3953 


10 


5555 


17 


3959 


10 


4519 


11 


5281 


10 


A-394 


12 


771 


11 


1714 


12 


4736 


31 


4115 


12 


4459 


15 


3039 


11 


A- 5 7 


5 


802 


1 


801 


1 


A-951 


1 


5114 


1 


4092 


22 


6123 


22 



October 22, 



1573 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Chambers, Mike 377 Kedzie avenue 

Chapin & Gore, Inc 152 22d street 

Chapin & Gore, Inc 73 Monroe street 

Cbapin & Gore, Inc 22 Adams street 

Chappelie, And 13551 Howard avenue 

Ch'ater, Mrs. L 409 S. California avenue 

ChecolO', John 466 Paulina street 

Chenegros, Gus 2100 Dearborn street 

Chenick, Al 1189 Sawyer avenue 

Ctiiappe, Barto 619 Van Buren street 

Chiappe, B. &. M 293 W. Madison street 

Chicago Athletic Association, C. J. Walsh.125 Michigan ave. 

Chicago Club, J. S. Runnels, Pres 200 Michigan avenue 

Chicago Hotel Co., W. Vier, Pres. State and Monroe streets 
Caiicago Turngemeinde, E. Hoechster, Pres..259 N. Clark street 
Chicago Yacht Club, Dr. Baum, Pres. . . Foot of Monroe street 

Chicoine, A , 322 W. Harrison street 

Chiesia, J. D. 975 W. Van Buren street 

Chipianti, Tom 373 S. Halsted street 

Chlupsa, V. J 1857 W. 47th street 

Chmelik, John 847 S. Halsted street 

Chmiel, And 8806 Mackinaw avenue 

Chmielewski, W 2734 Bonfield street 

Chmielewski, J 8757 Superior avenue 

Chobot, Jos 671 S. Jefferson street 

Chocholowski, John. ' 700 Noble street 

Chocimowitz, M 230 Maxwell street 

Choitz, Herm .263 W. Chicago avenue 

Chorak, Nick. 8916 Strand 

Chorak, S 10843 Hoxie avenue 

Choromokos, L 634 N. Clark street 

Chovanec, S 126 Cornell street 

Christensen, Mrs. A 1256 N. Calif orniai avenue 

Christensen, Peter 801 W. North avenue 

Christmann, Frank 295 Seminary avenue 

Christoffel, Peter 3 Mohawk street 

Christopher, N 3800 Wallace street 

Chudy, Andrew 2514 Lincoln avenue 

Churon, Frank 742 W. 26th street 

Cbybicki, St 385 W. 25th street 

Cichy, Anton 333 Noble street 

Ciesielski, M 8730 Commercial avenue 

Cihak, Vac 5159 S. Wood street 

Cikarek, F 1238 W. Chicago avenue 

Cilik, Frank 853 W. 12th street 

Cilik, J. M 1314 Clifton Park avenue 

Cincci, A 3401 State street 

Cincci, R 213 W. Van Buren street 

Citro, Louis 188 W. Taylor street 

City Hotel Co., J. A. Riley, Pres 1601 State street 



License No. 


Ward. 


3335 


13 


4829 


1 


4830 


1 


4828 


1 


A-301 


8 


5246 


13 


4267 


11 


4869 


1 


653 


12 


101 


20 


324 


18 


395 


1 


1878 


1 


F-3 


1 


3878 


21 


A-280 


1 


6199 


19 


3003 


20 


2046 


19 


2752 


29 


1527 


9 


2585 


8 


5510. 


5 


1984 


8 


4937 


9 


A-742 


16 


883 


9 


2298 


17 


4034 


8 


5194 


8 


4536 


21 


3899 


17 


2217 


28 


2900 


28 


1745 


24 


3457 


22 


782 


5 


52 


27 


1717 


34 


5825 


10 


4584 


17 


849 


8 


186 


29 


2027 


15 


3278 


11 


3512 


12 


766 


3 


5660 


18 


2036 


19 


433 


1 



Ootobor 22, 



1574 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Cizek, Jim 577 Laflin street 

damage, Alex 85 35th street 

damage, Max 480 Halsted street 

dancy & Co., Inc., T. G. O'Connor, P. &. S...187 Clark street 

Clancy, M 701 Root street 

Clausen, H. J 206 N. Morgan street 

Clausen, Herman 9000 Superior avenue 

Clausen, M. 3259 Butler street 

Claussen, Thos 354 W. North avenue 

Clare, Jus 278 5th avenue 

Clark, A. J 6758 Halsted street 

Clark, Wm 869 E. 61st street 

Cleary, J. J 2979 Archer avenue 

Clemens, Wm. and Quillan, A. H 4805 State street 

Clement, Fred 84 Wells street 

Clifford, John and Keating, Pat 1313 State street 

Clifford, M 221 Peoria street 

Clifford, Mike 6235 Halsted street 

Clinch, E 547 Union street 

Cline, John 265 Indiana street 

Cline, Pat 132 S. Franklin street 

Cline, Thos 282 E. Chicago avenue 

Clody, Ed 2223 N. Clark street 

Clune, John 550 W. Polk street 

Coakley, John 4100 Emerald avenue 

Cobbens, Henry 66 Hastings street 

Coconate, Geo 1067 Grand avenue 

Coda, D 526 W. Van Buren street 

Coffey, John 4011 S. Ashland avenue 

Coffey, Barney 6258 Halsted street 

Coffey, T. M 121 39th street 

Coggins, M 129 W. 47th street 

Cohen, A 30 N. Green street 

Cohen, Abe 241 W. Randolph street 

Cohen, Abe 3200 Armour avenue 

Cohen, David 198 Curtis street 

Cohen, Geo 22 W. Madison street 

Cohen, Geo 246 W. Madison street 

Cohen, Geo HOW. Madison street 

Cohen, Geo. W HI Franklin street 

Cohen, H 435 Centre avenue 

Cohen, 1 18 W. Madison street 

Cohen, Jos 1385 N. Clark street 

Cohen, Jos 12 E. Polk street 

Cohen, M 346 W. Harrison street 

Cohen, M., and Kahn, J. B., Co 99 Canal street 

Cohen, S. C 489 26th street 

Cohm, Simon 11526 Front street 

Collins, Ben 2275 Cottage Grove avenue 

Collins, D. F 66 W. 18th street 



License No. 


Ward. 


1055 


11 


1034 


3 


5996 


9 


3487 


1 


2135 


30 


1229 


17 


6370 


8 


3132 


3 


A-783 


16 


1203 


1 


2753 


32 


4286 


7 


2375 


5 


A-754 


6 


A-474 


21 


5909 


1 


A-451 


19 


5438 


31 


3025 


9 


843 


21 


2190 


1 


1903 


21 


944 


26 


2157 


20 


3298 


30 


1707 


10 


6175 


14 


74 


20 


2216 


29 


5288 


31 


A-24 


30 


2153 


30 


5877 


18 


5878 


18 


2660 


3 


546 


17 


A-393 


18 


1657 


18 


1659 


18 


350 


1 


3511 


10 


553 


18 


759 


25 


5947 


1 


1746 


19 


5595 


18 


273 


4 


5055 


33 


6042 


2 


A-252 


9 



October 22, lo75 

Name. Address. 

Oollins, J. M 2801 State street 

Collins, John .2815 Shields avenue 

Collins, John 353 Illinois street 

Collins, John P . .189 W. Madison street 

Collins, Peter 8901 Buffalo avenue 

Collins R. J 240 W. Randolph street 

Collins' Tim 6354 Cottage Grove avenue 

Collins, Tom '^30 Centre avenue 

Colavieh M 10840 Torrence avenue 

Colby, Jos. H 1277 Lincoln avenue 

Cole Alex 74^4:1 Green street 

Coleman, D. C 53 E. Lake street 

Coleman, Jas 1531 Ogden avenue 

Coleman, M. E 630 Larrabee street 

Coles, Edwin 451 S. Western avenue 

Golfer, Ed • 775 Grand avenue 

Collias., Louis 2978 State street 

Collier, Thos 348 State street 

Colohan, M. J 795 37th street 

Colosimo, J 2001 Archer avenue 

Columbia Amusement Co., J. H. Mack, Pres.292 State street 
Columbia Yacht Co., E. S. Osborn. .Foot of Randolph street 

Columbus Brewing Co .297 Cornell street 

Comilsen, B. E 182 Armitage avenue 

Comiskey, C. A 39th and Princeton avenue 

Connelly, M. J. . 739 Grand avenue 

Connolly, Mrs. L 401 Austin avenue 

Concoy, Jos 8556 Green Bay avenue 

Conforti, Alessandron 159 W. Taylor street 

Congress Hotel Co., R. H. Southgate, Mgr., S. W. Cor. Con- 
gress and Michigan avenue 
Congress Hotel Co., R. H. Southgate, Mgr., N. W. Cor. Con- 
gress and Michigan avenue 

Conley, John 167 Desplaines street 

Conley, P. H 9232 Commercial avenue 

Connell, Thos 125 Milwaukee avenue 

Connery, M. J 1984 W. Madison street 

Connor, M .....; 80 E. Monroe street 

Connor, M 151 La Salle street 

Connor, M 209 State street 

Connor & Sinclair Co., W. J. Sinclair, Pres.153 Monroe street 

Connors, Nicholas 167 Blue Island avenue 

Conrad, Chas 463 W. Belmont avenue 

Conrad, J. G 8626 Summit avenue 

Conroy, Pat 550 W. Lake street 

Conroy, Pat 4300 Wentworth avenue 

Conroy, Wm 5059 5th avenue 

Considine, Dennis 207 Blue Island avenue 

Considine, D. J 2559 Halsted street 

Considine, R. B 1064 W. Madison street 



1906 



License No. ^/ 


Vard. 


1872 


2 


4310 


4 


5588 


21 


5637 


18 


5894 


8 


4858 


18 


3397 


7 


5754 


10 


915 


8 


2556 


26 


2582 


32 


5350 


1 


5063 


34 


5244 


23 


A-84 


13 


5251 


14 


4376 


2 


2253 


1 


3562 


5 


4824 


1 


3352 


1 


A-400 


1 


2713 


17 


A-654 


16 


1776 


3 


1471 


14 


3634 


17 


5900 


8 


A-894 


19 



1881 



1882 


1 


2710 


18 


2607 


8 


3126 


17 


4084 


34 


826 


1 


827 


1 


828 


1 


548 


1 


957 


19 


4468 


27 


5003 


32 


5453 


18 


3969 


30 


A-695 


30 


3982 


19 


5030 


4 


6311 


13 



(\'tobor 22, 



157G 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Constable, Geo. D 536 E. Division street 

Contra Costa Wine Co., Inc 130 La Salle street 

Conway, Pat 3031 Archer avenue 

Conway, Wm -717 W. Erie street 

Cook, Chas 826 Grand avenue 

Cook, P. J 2500 Wabash avenue 

Coogan, A., and W 1405 W. Polk street 

Coo<ran, M. J 3258 W. 47th street 

Coolahan, John -• • 3559 Emerald avenue 

Cooney, John 1506 W. Congress street 

Cooney, Pat 328 W. Polk street 

Corbett Jas 42 Lincoln Park boulevard 

Cordell,' John 584 W. Ohio street 

Cordell, N. B., and Schuh, W 137 W. Randolph street 

Corroso, G 189 E. 20th street 

Corsiglio, Jos 60 Orleans street 

Corson, Al 1305 Addison street 

Costello, Jas 1345 Fulton street 

Coughlin, A. R 1801 W. 47th street 

Coulter, W. J 18 E. 12th street 

Count, Chas 285 Armitage avenue 

Courchesne, Geo 755 W. 12th street 

Coyle, John 4108 Campbell avenue 

Coyne, Thos. E 522 Warren avenue 

Craig, P. J 1419 Wabash avenue 

Crandall, Harry 434 W. Ohio street 

Crane, Frajik 13550 Howard avenue 

Crawley, Wm., and McKay, R 1224 Indiana avenue 

Creighton, Chas 739 Wells street 

Creighton Co., M., Cfeighton, Thos., S. and T., P.. F. Mc- 

Given, V.-Pres 5659 State street 

Cremer A. H 368 North avenue 

Cremer, J. C 27 Eugenie street 

Cremer, P 792 Southport avenue 

Croak, Ed /. 6742 State street 

Croaker, Thos 198 W. Monroe street 

Crocenzo, B 138 W. Harrison street 

Croft, Leonard 1401 W. Chicago avenue 

Croft, Wm 8134 Vincennes road 

Cronin, E. P 200 Root street 

Cronin! J.' 113 92d street 

Cronin, J. J 3150 Ashland avenue 

Cronin, Jeremiah 2113 Harvard street 

Cronin, M 758 39th street 

Crory, D 3006 Cottage Grove avenue 

Crosby, D. W 1223 Wabash avenue 

Crosali' c' 86 Indiana street 

Cross, Jas,. J 90 39th street 

Crowe, Mike 146 W. Van Buren street 

Crowley, J. P 349 5th avenue 



License No. 


"Ward. 


745 


21 


2695 


1 


4099 


5 


4178 


14 


3374 


14 


232 


2 


1960 


13 


2755 


29 


4479 


3 


571 


13 


1970 


19 


5969 


21 


2211 


14 


1330 


18 


3037 


1 


A-602 


22 


237 


25 


5986 


14 


5786 


29 


3404 


1 


6154 


16 


3910 


11 


6292 


29 


3637 


13 


3338 


1 


6343 


14 


381 


8 


4294 


1 


1796 


23 


197 


7 


4254 


21 


1324 


23 


1529 


24 


2754 


32 


815 


18 


5138 


19 


104 


14 


4014 


32 


3135 


30 


4340 


8 


1247 


5 


A-116 


13 


3215 


3 


932 


2 


5983 


1 


3040 


22 


A-753 


3 


1975 


19 


5175 


1 



October 22, 



1577 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Crowley, Jas. F 437 47th street 

Cruse, John 305 Blue Island avenue 

Csobady, Jos 13466 Howard avenue 

Cunningham, C. ¥ 635 81st street 

Cunningham, John 48 Elburn avenue 

Cunningham, W .• 2301 Wabash avenue 

Cubby, Henry 256 N. Branch street 

Cudney, Ernst 1826 Wabash avenue 

Cudzik, Jos .786 W. 18th street 

Cuisinier, F 42 W. 18th street 

Cullen, Chas 204 N. Wood street 

Cullen, Jas 116 K Oakley avenue 

Cullen, Jas . 3902 Western avenue 

Cullen, J 2128 Wabash avenue 

Cullen, Jno., and Fitzpatrick, Jas 5859 State street 

Cullen, John 1355 State street 

Cullen, Phil 435 W. Kandolph street 

Cullen, W. E 112 W. Erie street 

C'ullerton, J. J 1351 Ogden avenue 

Culliton, Mrs. Thos 533 W. Huron street 

Curtis, H. H 124 W. Madison street 

Curtis, M. E 4742 S. Halsted street 

Curtis, M. F 3501 State street 

Curtis, Mrs. P 246 S. Halsted street 

Curcio, E, 298 Austin avenue 

Curielli, Angelo 862 W. Van Buren street 

Curielli, A., and Federighi, C 951 W. Lake street 

Curley, John F 1593 Ogden avenue 

Curley, P. C 5659 Halsted street 

Curran, M 772 W. Lake street 

Curran, Phil 1308 Wabash avenue 

Curran, Thos 1301 State street 

Curran, Thos 73 Van Buren street 

Curran, Thos 682 Centre avenue 

Curran, Wm 169 Jackson boulevard 

Curran, Wm 925 W. Chicago avenue 

Currotto, Steve 2222 Indiana avenue 

Curry, P. J. , 164 Sangamon street 

Curtin, J. D 379 Taylor street 

Curtin,. Jerry 5441 Wentworth avenue 

Curtin, R. J 128 Sangamon street 

Curtin, R. J 149 Desplaines street 

Curzydlo, A . . . 13538 Howard avenue 

Cusack, P 2052 W. 47th street 

Cusack, P. and T 330 W. Harrison street 

Cwik, Walter 657 N. Ashland avenue 

Cwiklinski, Mrs. Tilly Gil N. Ashland avenue 

Cwiklinski, M 4753 Justine street 

Czapek, K 4434 S. Wood street 

Czapjak, Anton 4503 Laflin street 



License No. 


Ward. 


4663 


30 


6024 


10 


A-936 


8 


5737 


32 


5797 


19 


4792 


2 


A-378 


22 


4341 


1 


1074 


11 


6015 


9 


4505 


14 


3527 


14 


4812 


29 


4180 


1 


A-483 


7 


2848 


1 


1951 


18 


A-324 


17 


984 


12 


1772 


14 


3817 


18 


226 


29 


2063 


3 


2464 


19 


5139 


17 


A-895 


20 


2680 


14 


5688 


34 


5052 


31 


4837 


14 


2239 


1 


1894 


1 


1089 


1 


3271 


10 


A-761 


1 


4730 


14 


4333 


2 


2647 


18 


1790 


19 


114 


30 


3195 


18 


5970 


18 


480 


8 


6119 


29 


3102 


19 


3942 


16 


5340 


16 


3380 


29 


3456 


29 


A- 12 


29 



October 22, 



1578 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Czapski, Jos. F 1049 N. Hoyne avenue 

Czarnowski, Wm 660 N. Ashland avenue 

Czarny, W 4319 Honore street 

Czekanski, Aug 2715 Archer avenue 

Czcrech, Frank 618 Noble street 

Czernionka, Frank 143 Fullerton avenue 

Czerwenka, Frank 67 Randolph street 

Czerwinski, John 928 W. 19th street 

Czeslawski, Leon 3217 S. Morgan street 

Czeslawski, W 2503 Milwaukee avenue 

Czeszynski, Frank 8801 Houston aivenue 

Czosek, P. W 596 Holt avenue 

Czuprinski, St 88 W. Division street 

Czwajdrak, M 3302 S. Morgan street 

Cyplik, A 11730 Indiana avenue 

DaCosta, A. R 125 Exchange court 

Daey, Pat 3601 S. Wood street 

Dagostine, P 256 Forquer street 

D'Agostino, D. 233 W. Taylor street 

Dahlin, Chas 10019 Ewing avenue 

Dahlke, Minnie 2326 Canal street 

Dahm, John 254 S. Halsted street 

Dailey, M. M 285 92d street 

Dailey, Thos 6636 Cottage Grove avenue 

Dalka, Thos 1858 48th street 

Dallman, Aug 841 W. Division street 

Dal Pino, C 228 W. Madison street 

Daly, Bern 6600 Halsted street 

Daly, Hugh 1 E. 26th street 

Daly, M. A. and Tangney, J. J 1601 Milwaukee avenue 

Daly, M. A. and Tangney, J. J 1217 N. California avenue 

Daly, M. F 5101 Lowe avenue 

Daly, M. J 138 E. Chicago avenue 

Daly, Thos 1501 W. 47th street 

Dames, Jno. H 1243 Milwaukee avenue 

Damico, F 76 Gault court 

Danaher, Eugene 3502 Halsted street 

Daniel, Ike 1834 State street 

Daniels, Wm 3200 Fox street 

Danielson, Chas. and Holmen, Chas. .3817 Cottage Grove ave. 

Danielson, Chas. and Holmen, Chas 108 E. Chicago avenue 

Danielson, F. E 402 31st street 

Daxay, Louis 1053 W. 119th street 

Daub, John 2169 N. Ashland avenue 

Dauser, And 144 N. Union street 

Davis, Chas. and Ennis, Jas 145 Canal street 

Davis, Geo. W 2335 Cottage Grove avenue 

Davis, Harry 353 W. North avenue 

Davis, Harry 5059 Halsted street 

Davis J. P 223 37th street 



License No. Ward. 



511 


28 


3198 


16 


3153 


29 


5031 


4 


4960 


16 


5216 


24 


153 


1 


2798 


n 


482 


4 


5167 


27 


5875 


8 


5933 


16 


4962 


16 


269 


5 


670 


33 


2615 


1 


2075 


5 


3520 


19 


4723 


19 


4331 


8 


4738 


4 


1082 


19 


5100 


8 


1255 


7 


2496 


29 


2219 


15 


4056 


18 


2775 


32 


5005 


2 


659 


28 


658 


28 


4853 


DO 


1110 


22 


4650 


29 


4075 


28 


A-528 


'22 


6386 


5 


5652 


1 


1633 


5 


6165 


3 


6166 


22 


5748 


2 


2438 


33 


2384 


26 


4629 


17 


809 


18 


3793 


2 


1913 


16 


2933 


30 


A-316 


3 



October 22, 1579 1906 

j<I-ame. Address. License No. Ward. 

Davis, John E 58 State street 

Davis, Sam and Ferson, B 444 W. Madison street 

Davidson, A. .....388 Erie street 

Davidson, A 26 W. Madison street 

Davidson, S 96 W. Madison street 

Dawson, B 753 W. 14th street 

Dawson, H 343 S. State street 

Day C. B 50 Rush street 

Dean, Ben. .... . .5 N. Clark street 

Dean, O. M. and E. Myer Co 9026 The Strand 

Debbio, A. D 826 Madison street 

DeBenedetto, N. ! 370 S. Desplaines street 

Decker F. P 4103 Ashland avenue 

Deegan, Ed 3559 Union avenue 

DeFrank, John 289 Fulton street 

Degen, Albert 2 Belmont avenue 

DeGrazio, Henry 142 N. Sangamon street 

Dellaan, A. and C 9442 Cottage Grove avenue 

Dehmer, Wm 2147 W. North avenue 

Deiber, J 557 Canal street 

Deiber, J 336 S. Desplaines street 

Deiber,' J 467 W. 12th street 

DeJonghe, H 45 Monroe street 

DeKoker, C 6321 S. Park avenue 

DeKoker, Jacob 10259 Michigan avenue 

Delaney, D. J 35 Adams street 

Delaney, M. J. 2048 Archer avenue 

Del Genio, N 818 W. Huron street 

Delich P 10814 Torrence avenue 

Dell, Christ • 9347 Commercial avenue 

DelMagro, E. and A 1934 State street 

Del Magro, L and Quilici, Chas 920 W. Van Buren street 

Dellosso, D 290 California avenue 

Delph, Val 812 W. 21st place 

DeLue, E 3847 Cottage Grove avenue 

Demaio, R 170 Polk street 

DeMar, Jos 26 Maud avenue 

Demarchi, Jno. and Arado, Aug 379 W. Madison street 

DeMarco, L 176 N. Morgan street 

Dembiczak, Leon 1671 Ridgeway avenue 

Demmler, Adolph G 53 E. Congress street 

Demos, K. and Datsoulis, L. Co .80 Blue Island avenue 

Denemark, Anton 579 W. 22d street 

Denes, Julius 1059 W. 71st street 

Denison, Pat 2317 Wabash avenue 

Denriehy, Thos 573 W. Madison street 

Dennin, Wm 238 Washington boulevard 

Dennis, P. M 4960 Princeton avenue 

Dennison, John 670 W. Van Buren street 

DeOnaf rio, U 105 W. Taylor street 



2608 


1 


1453 


20 


A-860 


17 


835 


18 


1576 


18 


5868 


11 


1286 


1 


259 


21 


1554 


21 


5835 


8 


2360 


20 


2064 


19 


4482 


2i> 


3753 


5 


A-522 


18 


410 


27 


2539 


17 


4063 


33 


2112 . 


27 


A-799 


9 


A-82Y 


19 


A-817 


19 


891 


1 


193 


7 


201 


33 


1580 


1 


6181 


1 


4149 


14 


4035 


8 


415 


8 


A-369 


1 


5610 


20 


6237 


13 


179 


31 


4088 


3 


672 


19 


A-954 


24 


5867 


18 


3424 


17 


207 


£7 


A-11 


1 


2008 


19 


5966 


11 


4773 


32 


1812 


2 


2972 


18 


5174 


18 


4106 


30 


4476 


20 


5007 


19 



October 22, • 1580 

Name. Address. 

De Paola, Frank 1732 W. 63d street 

Deppish, J. A 82 S. Western avenue 

Deppmeier, Chas 1128 Southport avenue 

DeRe, Jos 162 Polk street 

Derengowski, P 213 Cleaver street 

Dernbach, Adam 857 W. Taylor street 

DeKosa, V 371 Clark street 

De Silva, Ira 280 W. Lake street 

Dersinski, J 1449 N. Ashland avenue 

Deschman, Gteo 124 25th place 

Desens, B 529 W. 15th street 

De Silva, Ira 317 W. Lake street 

Desnen, E. J 381 5th avenue 

D'Stef ano & Damare 393 W. Polk street 

Destree. F. J 37 Milwaukee avenue 

Dettlino-, A , 589 S. Union street 

Deubler,'c., and Meinel, J 255 W. Randolph street 

Deubler, C, and Meinel, J 283 W. Randolph street 

Deubler, Chas 1(>1 Randolph street 

Deutch, John M 264 E. Chicago avenue 

Deutsch, B 697 Augusta street 

Deutsch, L 2644 State street 

Deutsch, P- 115 Larrabee street 

Devaney, M 3140 W. 12th street 

Devaney', F. J 78 S. Halsted street 

Devereux, Thos. P 249 Noble street 

Devery, P 118 S. Paulina street 

Dexheimer, Jacob 1156 Milwaukee avenue 

Deyo, Chas 5101 Union avenue 

Diabeikais, K 3428 S. Halsted street 

Diani, Jno., and R 572 W. Lake street 

Dianovsky, Geo 231 N. Centre avenue 

Dias, Geo 1301 93d street 

Dickson, Jas. C 95 92d street 

Diedrich, B 121 W. Diversey boulevard 

Diefenbach, M. P • • 3 Rush street 

Dienes, L . 2231 Lincoln avenue 

Diercks, Henry 717 N. Western avenue 

Dietel, Ben, and Kallmeyer, Gus 48 S. Clark street 

Dietrich, Chas 399 N. Clark street 

Dietrich, Franz 163 S. Market street 

Dietz, Chas., and Weil, Ike 274 Clybourn avenue 

Dietz, John 905 Milwaukee avenue 

Diggin, P., and Frain, P 530 Fulton street 

Dignan, Wm 926 W. Chicago avenue 

Digulla, G., and Miller, F 57G Larrabee street 

Dil Giovanni, Jno., and M 187 Taylor street 

Dillon, Ed 853 Van Buren street 

Dillon, Jas • 280 W. Harrison street 

Dillon, Jas 3133 Wentworth avenue 



1900 



License No. 


Ward. 


5400 


31 


5113 


20 


753 


26 


3144 


19 


4569 


16 


3869 


20 


4398 


1 


A-489 


18 


3761 


24 


3784 


4 


5394 


10 


2451 


18 


5300 


1 


3950 


19 


5228 


18 


1422 


9 


437 


18 


435 


18 


739 


1 


A-515 


21 


3931 


15 


2313 


2 


1528 


22 


3795 


34 


5481 


18 


1479 


17 


456 


20 


2206 


16 


3568 


30 


A-79 


5 


6113 


18 


•1704 


17 


1088 


33 


A-580 


8 


3699 


27 


3296 


21 


2329 


26 


1339 


15 


3119 


1 


5826 


21 


117 


1 


304 


22 


53 


16 


1847 


18 


5545 


15 


5126 


23 


5881 


19 


6208 


20 


4263 


19 


5089 


2 



October 22, 



1581 



1906 



Name. Address, 

Dillon, Mike ; 99 W. Harrison street 

Di Meo, B 330 Desiplaines street 

Dimling, A., and Joerger, L 96 Lincoln avenue 

Dina, A 387 S. Clark street 

Dineen, John 360 Wabash avenue 

Disteldorf, Mck 4859 Lajftin street 

Dittmar, Herm. E 66 W. Jackson street 

Divito, N 171 Ewing street 

Dixon, Pat 361 E. Indiana street 

Dlouhy, John 990 W. 18th street 

Doane, Barney 1129 Elston avenue 

Dobbrott, John 895 N. Rockwell street 

Dober, F. J 4167 S. Halsted street 

Doberstein, John 8530 Green Bay avenue 

Dockendorf, M 730 S. Halsted street 

Doebling, B 1130 School street 

Doell, Wm 4601 Laflin street 

Doerhoefer, John .2537 Cottage Grove avenue 

Doerrer, John W 2144 N. Troy street 

Doerscher, John W 351 Canal street 

Dohney, Bern 441 E. 22d street 

Dohoney, Jas 117 N. Clark street 

Doheny, John E 159 5th avenue 

Doheny, John E 205 5th avenue 

Doherty, M 75 Ontario street 

Dohs, Hy 259 Eoscoe boulevard 

Dolan, D., and Ryan, A. W 136 S. Halsted street 

Dolan, Dom 1082 W. Lake street 

Dolan, John J 306 92d street 

Dolan, M. J ' 574 S. Western avenue 

Dolan, P. J 923 Blue Island avenue 

Dolejs, M 1179 S. Troy street 

Dolezal, Jos 1492 S. Central Park avenue 

Dollins, T 272 W. Harrison street 

Dombroski, Peter 8436 Superior avenue 

Dombrow, Aug 811 Cortez street 

Dombrowski, M 823 N. Marshfield avenue 

Dombrowski, M 436 Elston avenue 

Dombrowski, Walter. ...,....'. 3230 S. Morgan street 

Dominic, Frank 100 Milton avenue 

Domino wski, M 2583 Milwaukee avenue 

Domino wski, M 174 Division street 

Dominowski, M 1110 N. Robey street 

Donnelly, J. A 883 W. Harrison street 

Donahue, Mrs. C 1258 W. 63d street 

Donahue, D S. W. Cor. 16th and Hamlin avenue 

Donahue, J. H 2400 115th street 

Donald, S. V 182 W. Clybourn place 

Donarski, D 905 W. 18th street 

Donatello, Mary 142 W. Taylor street 



iicense No. 


Ward. 


1948 


19 


A-486 


19 


3889 


23 


3168 


1 


1075 


1 


A- 3 7 


29 


1547 


18 


3903 


19 


6384 


21 


4125 


12 


5981 


16 


2682 


28 


3034 


30 


4335 


8 


1786 


9 


A-92 


26 


1455 


29 


1752 


2 


A-130 


27 


A-418 


19 


2606 


4 


4506 


21 


892 


1 


893 


1 


6069 


22 


2893 


26 


2666 


18 


5465 


14 


5101 


8 


282 • 


12 


8931 


11 


A-281 


12 


2154 


12 


A-524 


19 


5221 


8 


603 


15 


A-554 


16 


A-339 


16 


2188 


5 


3235 


22 


4139 


27 


4140 


16 


5941 


16 


1027 


20 


2763 


31 


A-793 


34 


4913 


33 


5124 


16 


4230 


11 


A-519 


19 



OctolxM- 22, 



1582 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Doner, Jos. R 606 S. Kedzie avenue 

Donkin, E. M 723 Austin avenue 

Donlan, J. M 252 Washington boulevard 

Donoghue, D. S 93 Halsted street 

Donohue, D 4001 Ashland avenue 

Donohue, D. C 802 51st street 

Donohue, J. J 1814 W. North avenue 

Donohue, J. W 173 E. Van Buren street 

Donohue, Thos 553 Grand avenue 

Donohue, T. P 237 N. Ashland avenue 

Donovan, J 2903 Archer avenue 

Donovan, Thos 171 W. Harrison street 

Dooley, Jas. F 162 S. Clark street 

Dooley, Jas. F 167 Madison street 

Dooley, Milce 735 S. Kedzie avenue 

Dooley, Rich 748 Blue Island avenue 

Dooley, Thos. J 108 Polk street 

Dooley, Wni 11570 Front street 

Doorley, Chas 8901 Mackinaw avenue 

Doornek, John 421 26th street 

Dopke, M 3659 Hoyne avenue 

Dopp, Herman 48 E. Fullerton avenue 

Doran, H. J .2040 38th street 

Doran, John D 4951 5th avenue 

Dore, John 336 W. 51st street 

Dore, R. M 1255 Blue Island avenue 

Dore, R. M 2501 Halsted street 

Dorsch, M. J 671 Holt avenue 

Dorsey, W. H 405 Ogden avenue 

Dorst, H. M 1221 Milwaukee avenue 

Dosein, Robt 166 Willow street 

Doubek, F. J 2858 Union avenue 

Dougherty, Jas 1494 W. Harrison street 

Doussang, Louis 122 Jackson boulevard 

Dovejko, John 216 W. North avenue 

Dowling, Jas 3600 S. Robey street 

Downey, John, and Marek, E 6425 S. Park avenue 

Downey, P. E 190 Jackson boulevard 

Downs, T., and Frank 2858 Wallace street 

Doyle, Mrs. Anna 4301 Lincoln street 

Doyle, A 83 88th street 

Doyle, J. T 44 Oak street 

Doyle, Jas 3879 Archer avenue 

Doyle, Jas. J 1071 E. 67th street 

Doyle, John F 25 State street 

Doyle, Jos 116 N. May street 

Doyle, M. F 1080 W. 12th street 

Doyle, M. J • 3701 Armour avenue 

Draeger, Gus 360 Clybourn place 

Drac^ovich, Eli 10801 Superior avenue 



icense No. 


Ward. 


3221 


12 


276 


14 


2119 


18 


1150 


18 


1366 


29 


2140 


30 


4224 


35 


3002 


1 


A-923 


14 


2022 


14 


5934 


5 


1791 


19 


A-912 


1 


3615 


1 


4429 


12 


1241 


11 


5471 


19 


A-660 


33 


A-666 


8 


4107 


4 


5033 


5 


131 


24 


A- 127 


5 


A-646 


30 


2200 


30 


3682 


12 


3683 


4 


5790 


16 


2981 


20 


1163 


16 


A-447 


24 


3567 


4 


2727 


13 


3341 


1 


A-861 


16 


100 


5 


A-373 


7 


417 


1 


612 


4 


A-566 


29 


3663 


8 


3918 


22 


2633 


4 


1388 


7 


2237 


1 


3402 


17 


2968 


12 


2784 


3 


3831 


16 


5794 


8 



October 22, 1583 1906 

. Name. Address. 

Drain, Sol 261 W. Randolph street 

Drapanes, Chas 47 S. Clark street 

Dreffein, Geo. and Wm 471 Marshfield avenue 

Dreifus, Ed. A 85 Randolph street 

Dreikorn, Jos 941 Blue Island avenue 

Drennan, Patrick . 888 N. Ashland avenue 

Dreschler, A. and F 80 N. Wood street 

Dressel, L 899 W. Division street 

Dreyer, Aug. . . 3859 Emerald avenue 

Drielsma, A. J 376 Wabash avenue 

Drinhaus, Christ 628 W. Chicago avenue 

Driscall, Jerry 1736 Wabash avenue 

Droppa, John 57 Rawson street 

Druml, Paul 559 N. Halsted street 

Drucker, Sig 447 Jefferson street 

Drury, Thos 38 N. Clark street 

Drexel Cafe Co., Inc., T. C. Tiedelke, Treas 

3875 Cottage Grove avenue 

Driscoll, Chas. F 2700 Wentworth avenue 

Drzeweicki, M. 8700 Erie avenue 

Drzewiecki, Theo 30 Cleaver street 

Dubish, M 13501 Erie avenue 

Du Bois, Jos. A 361 E. Division street 

Dubsky, Jos 4958 Winchester avenue 

Duchay, John 231 Cornell street 

Duddy, M. W 9100 Green Bay avenue 

Duechting, Chr.. 3000 Butler street 

Duerinek, P. G .2605 lUth street 

Duffy, Mrs. M 5301 Dearborn street 

Duffy, M. J 356 Larrabee street 

Duffy, Neil 10600 Torrence avenue 

Duff, W. J 801 Root street 

Duffek, Marie 973 S. California avenue 

Duffek, Boh 1231 California avenue 

Duggan, M. C 189 Ogden avenue 

Duggan, W. H 1185 75th street 

Duletz, C. F ; 403 Armitage avenue 

Dulski, A . . 904 W, 18th street 

Dumanowski, F ' 871 Blue Island avenue 

Dumanowski, Theo 961 Elston avenue 

Dunbar M 559 Root street 

Dunn, John 6358 Cottage Grove avenue 

Dunn, Jos. R 3335 State street 

Dunne, John E 170 Michigan street 

Dunning, Thos. T 1859 W. Lake street 

Duquesne, A 253 E. 30th street 

Durkin, J 85 88th street 

Durkin, Jas 303 22d street 

Durkin, Jas. and Murphy, Thos. .3712 Cottage Grove avenue 
Dusak, Jos 2955 Union avenue 



cense No. ^ 


Vard. 


5357 


18 


3692 


1 


842 


15 


359 


1 


4350 


11 


1193 


16 


3788 


14 


751 


15 


5233 


5 


2904 


1 


347 


15 


2385 


1 


3731 


16 


4207 


22 


5857 


19 


3833 


21 


5151 


3 


A-796 


4 


4714 


8 


6216 


17 


4572 


8 


5477 


21 


2918 


29 


1049 


17 


5504 


8 


2945 


4 


796 


33 


6075 


30 


4127 


22 


5904 


8 


4625 


30 


936 


12 


5785 


12 


3210 


20 


3772 


33 


2453 


28 


5841 


11 


2401 


11 


1405 


16 


6171 


30 


5325 


7 


A-53 


3. 


2398 


21 


4565 


13 


2936 


2 


5527 


8 


3645 


4 


445 


3 


5541 


4 



CVtobor 22, 



1584 



190G 



I 



Name. Address. 

Dusek, John 1019 Blue Island avenue 

Diishek, F. J 186 24th place 

Busing, H. A 899 Devon avenue 

Dusold, H 343 W. Van Buien street 

Duval, August© 386 Dearborn street 

Dvorak, Vac 1646 W. 22d street 

Dvorak, J 516 W. 18th place 

Dvorak, Jos 2200 W. 51s.t street 

Dwyer, A. and Rowland, D. . 18 Rush street 

Dwyer, Jas. J 5453 Lake avenue 

Dwyer, M. E 6701 Stony Island avenue 

Dyche Drug Co., Jos. Trienens 64 State street 

Dykier, Frank 696 Dickson street 

Dykstra, N 10831 Michigan avenue 

Dymek, Peter 206 W. Chicago avenue 

Dzierla, Alb 1665 Hamlin avenue 

Dziewior, Jos 1003 N. Hoyne avenue 

Eagle Vineyard Buffet, S. C. Kanter, Prop..2029 Wabash av. 

Eandolo, J 190 W. Polk street 

Early, John 195 La Salle street 

Early, M. B 10800 Torrenoe avenue 

Eaton, J. A 593 Van Buren street 

Ebele, Edward 292 N. State street 

Eber, Fred 1461 Lincoln avenue 

Eberhardt, Chas 11501 Michigan avenue 

Ebers, Frank 315 Root street 

Eberson, Chas 5700 Center avenue 

Ebert, Jos 3563 Ridge avenue 

Eccles, John 85 Dearborn street 

Eck, C. W 1693 N. Halsted street 

Eckhardt, N. A 448 W. Chicago avenue 

Eckmann, H 1331 Milwaukee avenue 

Eckmann, M 540 W. Division street 

Eckermann, Wm 6356 St. Lawrence avenue 

Edelman, Wm 684 W. North avenue 

Edelstein, Wm 227 31st' street 

Edelstein, Wm. 146 S, Water street 

Edelstein, Wm 210 s'. Water street 

Edelweis, The, R. Ostenrieder, Mgr 104 E. Madison street 

Edgecomb, Chas. H 137 S. Canal street 

Edwards, Jas 1472 35th street 

Edwards, John 1036 N. Francisco avenue 

Effenberger, A. E 367 W. 22d street 

Egan, J. J 317 Austin avenue 

Egan, M. J 138 Colorado avenue 

Egan, Pat 5359 Morgan street 

Egan, Pat 5547 Halsted street 

Egan, Thos 1919 W. Madison street 

Eger, Chas 6701 Halsted street 

Egermayer, Vac. . 2245 W. 47th street 



license No. 


Ward. 


4531 


U 


1342 


4 


2296 


25 


3640 


18 


1080 


1 


1545 


12 


1006 


10 


2259 


29 


2833 


21 


4763 


7 


4529 


7 


3685 


1 


6170 


16 


3450 


o3 


2545 


17 


A-740 


27 


5142 


28 


5095 


1 


6111 


19 


862 


1 


1900 


8 


1459 


20 


2199 


21 


2223 


26 


2170 


33 


5340 


30 


5390 


31 


1359 


26 


2251 


1 


3454 


25 


234 


17 


3429 


28 


679 


15 


1393 


7 


3323 


15 


5911 


2 


5912 


1 


2935 


1 


1501 


1 


2147 


18 


4559 


5 


A-671 


28 


A-167 


10 


5740 


17 


33 


13 


900 


29 


5928 


31 


470 


13 


4600 


32 


2916 


29 



October 22, 1585 1906 

■^s^rae. Address. License No. Ward. 

Eggebrecbt, Anton 139 28tli place 

Eggers, Max 1773 N. Hoyne avenue 

Eggert, W. L 391 Hermitage avenue 

Eggstein, John 477 Wells street 

Egloff, Geo • • • • -27 Austin avenue 

Elpin A . . 191 Madison street 

Eltman, Anton -771/2 Pratt .street 

Ebemann, Geb. F • • • 1047 Belmont avenue 

Ehle A. H ^359 Halsted street 

Ehl.en, Geo. H 325 Washington boulevard 

Ehlen' H. J • • • • 11^4 Milwaukee avenue 

Ehlers, Henry.'. 74 Fifth avenue 

Ehrlich, Ed 3122 Cottage Grove avenue 

EJirlich' I 316 W. Chicago avenue 

Ehrlich' M.' L. 369 31st street 

Ehrman, Max • 5001 Princeton avenue 

Eieh, Fred 1090 W. Madison street 

Eicke, Fritz. .285 W. Van Buren street 

Eidimt, Mrs. J 4601 5th avenue 

Eidmann, Mrs. H 452 Austin avenue 

Eigeland, John 972 31st street 

Eikel, Fred 363 W. 22d street 

Einbecker, Wm 4301 State street 

Eitelman, Mrs. M 500 N. Halsted street 

Ekdahl, O. H 13540 Ontario avenue 

Elger John 863 Southport avenue 

Elias,' Gust 108 W. Lake street 

Elke, Robt 1148 63d street 

j^llig Y 11512 Front street 

Elsesser^Chas'. '.'.'. *'.'.'. 831 W. 21st street 

Eltman, Max.. 769 Noble street 

Elvers, Fred. 184 W. Erie street 

Emma, Justus 3143 State street 

Emme, Justus 3143 State street 

Emme, W. J., and Maulella, F 347 Taylor street 

Emmons, Wm 75 Dearborn avenue 

Empire Circuit Co., J. A. Fennessy, Mgr. . . .337 State street 

j^ngel J 99 E. Kinzie street 

Engel', John.".'.' '.'.". .'. 647 W. 12th street 

Engel, Jno. H 139 S. Canal street 

Engel, Jos. 103 Randolph street 

Engel, M 551 Larabee street 

Engel, Paul 186 K Van Buren street 

Engel, Wm 3836 Keeley street 

Engel, Wm 663 W. 19th street 

Engels, Wm. . . 11759 Ontario, avenue 

Englehardt, F. W 501 W. Chicago avenue 

Englehardt, H 189 Wells street 

England, John 491 State street 

Engleking, H. F 1587 N. Western avenue 



1162 


4 


211 


26 


999 


15 


3773 


21 


3315 


17 


486 


1 


607 ■ 


17 


1500 


24 


5237 


32 


5222 


18 


2111 


16 


3449 


1 


3930 


2 


2527 


17 


954 


2 


5058 


30 


605 


13 


5236 


18 


817 


30 


3917 


17 


31 


5 


2836 


10 


2646 


6 


5683 


22 


1312 


8 


1811 


26 


1355 


18 


A-333 


31 


3355 


33 


3641 


11 


2447 


16 


877 


17 


3560 


2 


3560 


2 


5971 


19 


5889 


21 


1222 


1 


A-224 


22 


5259 


11 


3618 


18 


4197 


1 


4689 


23 


421 


1 


A-840 


4 


A-560 


1.1 


5119 


8 


3112 


14 


86 


22 


1224 


1 


2318 


28 



October 22, 



1586 



1906 



Name. Address. License No. 

Englert, Jdin 1823 W. Indiana street 5452 

English, E. J 308 S. Halsted street 3858 

Engwall, A. W 847 N. Clark street A-121 

Enk, H. J 302 Irving Park boulevard 2861 

Eppers, M 189 Webster avenue 4382 

Epstein, A. J 2732 State street 1138 

Epstein, Ike 87 Halsted street 4918 ' 

Epstein, J. D 2826 Etate street A-2i31 

Epstein, J. D 2842 Dearborn street 4793 

Epstein, Sam C 334 E. 29tli street 1924 

Equi, A., and Daprato, G 446 Dearborn street 4825 

E^ui, A 347 E. 37tli street 4094 

Erhardt, Geo 419 Blue Island avenue 6381 

Eriekson, Ghas F 60 N. Ashland avenue A- 172 

Erickson, Gust 77 88tli street 5343 

Eriekson, John 8926 Strand 1077 

Erickson, Mrs. M. L 2116 W. Kinzie street 4040 

Ernst, Geo., and C 5259 Wentworth avenue 1859 

Ernst, J. H 1678 California avenue 1908 

Etnst, Otto 3 North Clark street ' A-880 

Erstling, Wm 152 Burling street 2642 

Ertel, H 1067 Blue Island avenue 2858 

Erwin, J 912 W. 63d street 4843 

Espeland, O 273 W. Erie street . 1928 

Espeland, Ole 284 W. Ohio street 4740 

Esslinger, C 4003 S. Ashland avenue A-60 

Esterub, G 110 Sedgwick street 3311 

Eudiakis, John 4358 Wood street 253 

Eulert, Anna 244 W. North avenue 3809 

Eureka Club, Inc., C. Gaskin, Pres 2940 State street 5159 

Evans, Henry 628 W. 43d street A-725 

Evans, R. Jones 214 Ogden avenue A-770 

Evans, R. Jones 522 W. 26th street A-769 

Evans, R. Jones 1191 Spaulding avenue A-768 

Evans, R. Jones 718 Loomis street A-767 

Evans, R. Jones , 568 S. Centre avenue A-766 

Evans & Son, R 87 Jackson boulevard 3708 

Evard, Louis 362% Randolph street 3276 

Evert, John , 4340 N. Clark street 3129 

Evert, Matt 2008 E. Bavenswood Park avenue 3921 

Evert, Peter 1950 E. Ravenswood Park avenue 4807 

Everts, Chas. E 8680 Vineennes avenue 1076 

Ewald, John H 115 W. 43d street 949 

Ezerski, A 4535 Hermitage avenue 3259 

Faas, Henry 3634 Cottage Grove avenue 3542 

Faber, Louis 371 5th avenue 2886 

Faber, Jos 1548 Armitage avenue 2013 

Fabisch, Paul 3638 Milwaukee avenue 256 

Fadrowski, Jos 547 W. 16th street A-356 

Faetz, Mat 3863 N. Clark street 6004 



Ward. 

35 

19 

23 

26 

24 

2 

18 

2 

2 

2 

1 

3 

10 

18 



34 
30 
27. 
21 
23 
13 
31 
17 
17 
29 
22 
29 
16 

2 
30 
12 
12 
12 
10 
10 

1 
18 
25 
26 
26 
32 
30 
39 

3 

1 
27 
27 
10 
26 



October 22, 1^87 

Name. Address 

Fahey A J • 1983 W. Van Buren street 

Fahey,' J." J.* .'.*.'. 199^ W. Polk street 

Fahrig, Wm 159 Washington street 

Fairservice, J. W 2184 W. Lake street 

Fait, John 381 W. Randolph street 

Fait, Frank 489 N. RockAvell street 

Fakan, Vac 4753 Loomis street 

Falco, John 139 Forquer street 

Falgowski, Peter • • -691 W. 20th place 

Falk, David • 322 W. Randolph street 

Falkenberg, And -6658 State street 

Falkenstein, Jacob 604 N. Paulina street 

Fallbacher, Jos 242 E. North avenue 

Falvey, Jerry 5158 Carpenter street 

Fanaritus, T 4846 Wentworth avenue 

Fanning, Mary A . . . 4641 Halsted street 

Fanta, Vac 1391 St. Louis avenue 

Farley Pat 482 S. Western avenue 

Farrell, John J m N- Clark street 

Farell, John 225 Halsted street 

Farrell, Jno., and Jos 168 W. Polk street 

Farrell, M. J 879 S. Halsted street 

Faul, G., and J H^ Center street 

Faul, Frank 252 S. Halsted street 

Faulhaber, John 191 W. Randolph street 

Faulmann, Chas.. 6500 Morgan street 

Fau^el, Chas . . .923 S. Halsted street 

Fay, John C 3030 Archer avenue, 

-p, p J 370 Fulton street 

FeelevM C.........V 3159 Emerald avenue 

pggj 'p 5005 S. Halsted street 

Feely,' Con.' *.'.".'.'""*.'.'." • 4124 Dearborn street 

Fehn, John • 121 N. Clark street 

Feht, Geo 1653 N. Leavitt street 

Feind, Jos. M • • • -284 S. Franklin street 

Feinen, John 920 Ashland avenue 

Feiner,Jos 1058 W. 60th street 

Feinstein, M. . •. ^ ^^^^^ f^^! 

Feldkamp, Wm 412 W. Division street 

Feldmann, P. F • 401 Addison street 

Felker, P. K 863 Clybourn avenue 

Feller, Peter 49 Willow street 

Feltgen, Henry 426 N. Halsted s reet 

FencUohn.. 1669 W. 23d street 

Fendrych, F ^21 Allport street 

Fendt, Ernst W 1^0^ N. California avenue 

pe,i(it E 66 Canalport avenue 

Fennessey, Thos 24 Fulton street 

Fenton, Ed 2744 Wentworth avenue 

,, ^ 1 , „ 450 31st street 

Fenton, John 



1906 



icense No. 


Ward. 


255 


34 


2083 


13 


5097 


.1 


1509 


34 


1417 


18 


581 


15 


2258 


29 


A-171 


19 


579 


11 


5673 


18 


3312 


32 


6351 


16 


1328 


22 


A-104 


29 


5162 


30 


4156 


30 


3964 


12 


4680 


20 


1826 


21 


6321 


19 


5633 


19 


1638 


9 


3777 


33 


5854 


19 


99 


18 


5274 


32 


805 


9 


6037 


5 


4235 


18 


1111 


4 


1026 


30 


A-158 


30 


1581 


21 


1800 


24 


2317 


1 


A-368 


11 


4982 


32 


600 


10 


A-898 


16 


4957 


26 


6173 


24 


A-26 


23 


5173 


22 


5649 


12 


4659 


10 


A-899 


27 


1503 


9 


2357 


18 


4284 


2 


2226 


2 



Otober 22, 



1588 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Ferfecki, Jos 118 W .Huron street 

Fergus, P. G 193 N. Clark street 

Ferguson, T. E., and Ensinger, H. J. . . .IGIO Wabash avenue 

Ferguson. Thos 846 119th street 

Ferrari, D 908 W. 69th street 

Ferri, Chas 284 Larrabee street 

Ferris, M 617 43d street 

Fest, Otto 423 Wells street 

Fest, Otto 298 Sedgwick street 

Festerling, Geo 479 Canal street 

Fetscher, Val 11011 Michigan avenue 

Fiala, A 379 W. 22d street 

Fiala, Cy 552 Blue Island avenue 

Fiala, Jos 965 W. 18th place 

Piala, L 929 W. 19th street 

Fialkewski, K 786 Ashland avenue 

Fichter E 670 37ith street 

Fick, Henry L 38 W. 12th street 

Fick, Her 354 Wabansia- avenue 

Fiedler, A. and Markert, A 6459 Rhodes avenue 

yieri A 93 Gault court 

Filas, John • 664 Centre avenue 

Filiponski, Max 78 Redfield street 

Fillio, Sany 11540 Front street 

Filmanowicz, K 8337 Ontario avenue 

Finan, Thos. and McGrath, Jno .626 W. Madison street 

Pink R 100 W. Madison street 

FinKel, S. H 444 S. State street 

Finkelberg, R 3658 Dearborn street 

Finkelstein, Harry 220 W. Lake street 

Finkelstein, Ph 196 W. Lake street 

Finkelstein, S 153 Canal street 

Finkensieper, Carl 848 W. 119th street 

Finley, And 50 Harmon place 

Finley' Nickolas 847 47th street 

Finley, Nic 48th and Archer avenue 

Finsted & Johnson Co., H. Finsted— A. Johnson . . 62 Wabash 

Finsted, H. and Johnson, A., Co 163 Washington street 

Finucane, John 3718 Western avenue 

Firpach, Boh • 825 Blue Island avenue 

Firpach! John 461 W. 22d street 

Fishbeck, Mrs. H 10002 Ewing avenue 

Fischer, Ed. H 3089 Milwaukee avenue 

Fischer', Geo. H 351 Wells street 

Fischer, Nate 490 N. Ashland avenue 

Fischer P. J 583 Centre avenue 

Fischer' Robt 4832 Archer avenue 

Fischer, Tony 145 S. Halsted street 

Fischer Wm 813 Blue Island avenue 

Fisk A. L 824 W. 81st street 



license No. 


Ward. 


3462 


17 


4838 


21 


4553 


1 


5040 


33 


399 


32 


1309 


22 


6031 


30 


4449 


21 


A-785 


22 


A-512 


19 


3658 


33 


1048 


9 


5576 


10 


6052 


12 


A-304 


11 


4346 


U 


2127 


3 


1399 


9 


1996 


16 


580 


7 


5984 


22 


5732 


10 


5036 


16 


A-682 


33 


A-628 


8 


5387 


20 


3304 


18 


A-65 


1 


2462 


3 


A-45 


18 


4020 


18 


2458 


18 


2169 


33 


1137 


1 


A-583 


30 


1041 


29 


3694 


1 


3695 


1 


9 


5 


4753 


n 


5726 


10 


5977 


8 


5880 


27 


5496 


22 


5462 


15 


A-236 


10 


3739 


29 


2338 


18 


4984 


11 


A-482 


32 



October 22, 1589 1906 

Name. Address. License No. Ward. 

Fisk, J. J. . 22 N. Halsted street 

Fiske, F 448 State street 

Fitman, Peter 4119 S. Ashlajid avenue 

Fitzgerald, Datn 2160 Carroll avenue 

Fitzgerald, Edward 8900 Mackinaw avenue 

Fitzgerald, H 476 W. 30th street 

Fitzgerald, H. A 1100 W. 63d street 

Fitzgerald, J. F. & Dunlop, W. H . . . 8932 Cottage Grove ave. 

Fitzgerald, John 155 Blue Island avenue 

Fitzgerald, John 2601 Ridge avenue 

Fitzgerald, M 1345 W. 69th street 

Fitzgerald, M -95 Sholto street 

Fitzgerald, Rich 3801 Cottage Grove avenue 

Fitzgerald, T. Q 246 Blue Island avenue 

Fitzgerald, Thos .2924 S. Park avenue 

Fitzgerald, Wm 21 N. State street 

Fitzpatriek, J. B : 468 W. Erie street 

Fitzpatrick, John E 204 Washington street 

Fitzpatriek, John E . 1301 W. 47th street 

Fitzpatrick, P ...211 N. Clark street 

Fitzpatrick, Wm. F 135 Wells street 

Fitzsimmons, S 777 S. Washtenaw avenue 

Fisher, F. and Klein, G 86 Winnebago avenue 

Flaherty, Thos. L -481 Austin avenue 

Flanagan, Jas. and O 1191 Blue Island avenue 

Flanagan, P. F. . . 802 W. 39th street 

Flanagan, Pat .275 W. Van Buren street 

Flanagan, Patrick J 691 W. 22d street 

Flanagan, W. A 1258 69th street 

Flanders, E. H 4015 Ashland avenue 

Flanigan, Geo. P 3659 Wentworth avenue 

Flanigan, J,.. 456 32d street 

Flanigan, M . . 5058 Wentworth avenue 

Flanigan, M. D 185 Dearborn street 

Flanigan, M. J . 3037 Wentworth avenue 

Flanley, M 703 43d street 

Flanley, M . . . • • • 4143 Halsted street 

Flanner'y, Mat 135 E. Chicago avenue 

Fleck, Chr 646 N. Halsted street 

Fleischhauer, Gust 13358 Indiana avenue 

Fleischhauer, Wm 660 120th street 

Fleischmann, Sig 13259 Ontario avenue 

Fleischmann, Jno .4007 S. Ashland avenue 

Fleishman, Robt 587 N. Ashland avenue 

Fleishman, Robt 601 W. Taylor street 

Fleming, Jno 86 W. 18th street 

Fleming, P. J 1121 Blue Island avenue 

Flens, John 1417 W. 38th street 

Flentje, Hy 5201 Ashland avenue 

Flood, M. B . . : 1100 W. 16th street 



4554 


18 


4882 


1 


5414 


29 


A-314 


34 


A-665 


8 


4098 


4 


5690 


31 


3879 


33 


1950 


19 


A-25 


25 


A-267 


32 


4270 


19 


1470 


3 


364 


10 


4280 


2 


4206 


21 


A-303 


U 


2192 


1 


2194 


29 


3353 


21 


367 


22 


6377 


12 


A-407 


28 


A-838 


14 


3408 


12 


3697 


5 


5398 


18 


129 


11 


2768 


32 


2455 


29 


2819 


3 


1727 


2 


611 


30 


4393 


1 


A-265 


2 


4060 


30 


4061 


30 


3306 


22 


4471 


22 


3007 


33 


3008 


33 


2589 


8 


4069 


29 


4623 


10 


6301 


20 


1689 


9 


1243 


12 


681 


5 


3893 


29 


1810 


12 



Ootobor 22, 1590 

Name. Address. 

Florence Hotel Co., H. F. Getze, Mgr. . .Watt a v. and lllth st. 

Florence, Paul 6200 Halsted street 

Florian, Chas 1547 Hamlin avenue 

Florian, Chas. A 740 W. Huron street 

Florian, Frank 583 E. 32d street 

Fluck, Jacob 929 W. 22d street 

Flynn, B. J. and W. T 44 Sherman street 

Flynn, Chas 731 Carroll avenue 

Flyim, Dennis 559 42d place 

Flynn, John 4135 Wallace street 

Flynn, John 7607 Greenwood avenue 

Flynn, Paul HOI W. 47th street 

Flynn, Wm. L 2 12 Webster avenue 

Fogarty, John 1557 W. Harrison street 

Fogel, A 8534 Green Bay avenue 

Fogel, A. A. and D. C ; • • 3837 Cottage Grove avenue 

Fogel, Fred C 2 S. Clajk street 

Foley, D. P 79 S. Halsted street 

Foley, Chas 5106 Halsted street 

Foley, Jas. and Tim 40 W. Madison street 

Foley, M 610 Elston avenue 

Foley, Michael 3259 Canal street 

Foley, Thos . . 304 Wabash avenue 

Folger, Fred 4001 Armour avenue 

Folkman, B 3759 State street 

Falschweiler, Mrs. J 2647 Cottage Grove avenue 

Folstoff, John 213 Southport avenue 

Foltz, J. P 639 Wrightwood avenue 

Folz, Aug 904 Clybourn avenue 

Foote, Sam 5 Imperial court 

Forch, M 273 W. Taylor street 

Ford, A. R 1009 W. Madison street 

5^ord, T 3755 Kedzie avenue 

Ford, W. J 252 Centre avenue 

Foreign and Domestic Product Co., Sam and Chas. Roths- 
child, Props 493 W. 12th street 

Formaneck, Ed 867 S. Halsted street 

Forrdrescher, C. J 309 31st street 

Forster, A 257 E. Kinzie street 

Fortch, C. J 934 N. Halsted street 

Fort Dearborn Rest. Co., R. Burns, Sec. . . .186 Clark street 

Fortelka, Frank 1379 W. 22d street 

Foster & Son, E. P 9247 Commercial avenue 

Foschinbaur, L 116 N. Carpenter street 

Fosco Chr 359 Desplaines street 

Foss, Frank J 475 W. Madison street 

Fossum, A 897 W. North avenue 

Fox, Jno. and Schwenk, Wm 5348 Halsted street 

Fox, Luke 2009 W. 22d street 

Fox, Nick 4958 Wentworth avenue 



[1906 



icense No. 


Ward. 


1101 


33 


3975 


31 


12 


34 


A-555 


)4 


5804 


3 ' 


5270 


11 


3794 


1 


4527 


14 


1602 


30 • . 


A-34 


30 ; 


614 


33 


4646 


29 


A-73 


24 


A- 145 


13 


498 


8 


3496 


3 


5747 


1 


3041 


18 


4766 


29 


3395 


18 


799 


16 


5557 


3 


3911 


1 


5352 


30 


3136 


3 


1370 


2 


188 


24 


2029 


24 


1304 


24 


2371 


1 


4696 


19 


4455 


13 


540 


5 


10 


19 


137 


19 


632 


9 


A-35 


2 


3604 


21 


5577 


23 


6328 


1 


705 


12 


4011 


8 


3501 


17 


6107 


19 


A-426 


18 


1100 


28 


5210 


29 


2006 


34 


3096 


30 



October 22, 



1591 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Fox, Wm. A 386 Paulina street 

Foy, Michael 5443 State street 

Fozzo, K. and Boretti, Chas. and B. .1513 W. Lake street 

Fozzo, R. and Boretti, C. and B 252 W. Madison street 

Frank, Abe .455 35th street 

Frank, Eli 3553 Cottage Grove avenue 

Frank, Geo 327 S. Clinton street 

Frank, H 14 Clark street 

Frank, Harry 124 S. Halsted street 

Frank, Harry 5200 State street 

Frank, Isaac 708 W. Division street 

Frank, J. L 606 N. California avenue 

Frank, Jacob 78 N". Clark street 

Frank, Jacob 78 W. Madison street 

Frank, L 185 W. Madison street 

Frank, Leon 97 E. Van Buren street 

Frank, Leon 42 W. Madison street 

Frank, Mrs. M 284 Canal street 

Frank, M 304 Noble street 

Frank, M 105 E. Van Buren street 

Frank, Ph 93 N. Clark street 

Frank, Rozalia, J 329 Cornell street 

Frank, Wm 436 Irving Park boulevard 

Franks, Chas. E 373 W. Ohio street 

Fraatz, F 9150 State street 

Frabel, Otto 199 91st street 

Frahlick, J 387 W. Madison street 

Franze, Herm 1922 Elston avenue 

Franzen, A 140 Cleveland avenue 

Franzen, N 11257 Michigan avenue 

Eraser, Jas. and Stewart, Wm 211 Halsted street 

Frazzini, A 126 W. Taylor street 

Freda, Michael 390 S. Halsted street 

Freehauf, Herman • . 171 5th avenue 

Freese, A 172 Milwaukee avenue 

Freichel, Con 3603 Honore street 

Freitag, Con. 1702 W. 12th street 

Freitag, John 2540 Central Park avenue 

Frenzel, Jul 256 E. Belmont avenue 

Freres,.Mat .3527 K Clark street 

Frese, John 1640 W. Madison street 

Freudenberg, C. A 303 Dearborn street 

Freudenberg, Ceo 149 E. 22d street 

Freud, B 2112 Archer avenue 

Freund, F. G 1663 Lincoln avenue 

Freund, Jos. Jr 758 N. Halsted street 

Freundlich, John 88 Willow street 

Frey, J. M 287 Wabash avenue 

Frey, J. M 247 31st street 

Freza, Frank ; 839 Blue Island avenue 



icense No. 


Ward. 


5920 


20 . 


1599 


7 


5135 


14 


5136 


18 


2081 


3 


1661 


3 


574 


19 


1647 


1 


5370 


i8 


1939 


30 


2337 


15 


5291 


15 


1725 


21 


1206 


18 


1775 


18 


3453 


1 


5043 


18 


3763 


19 


2345 


37 


3042 


1 


1106 


21 


5140 


17 


.941 


27 


1808 


17 


4391 


32 


6122 


8 


1648 


18 


4509 


27 


857 


22 


3987 


33 


5417 


19 


5336 


19 


5734 


19 


306 


1 


5945 


17 


585 


5 


4444 


12 


4942 


27 


1798 


26 


3920 


26 


961 


13 


2249 


1 


5606 


2 


3356 


1 


1262 


26 


4472 


23 


3147 


23 


5428 


1 


5429 


2 


A-253 


11 



October 22. 



1592 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Frick, Jos 5858 Ashland avenue 

Fricker, John 343 22d street 

Frickinger, H. and Holznagel, H 48 W. Randolph street 

Fridrich, A 76 La Salle street 

Fridrich, J 808 W. 19th street 

Fridrich, L 15V Bunker street 

Friebertshauser, Chas 202 Montrose boulevard 

Fried, E . . . 505 Wells street 

Fried, M 170 Van Buren street 

Friedel, John, and Laser, Chas 806 Cortland street 

Friedlund, John V 138 Townsend street 

Friedman, Ad and Safran, R 4639 Ashland avenue 

Friedman, H. J 876 Grand avenue 

Friedman, Jos 673 Austin avenue 

Friedman, Jos 2222 Wa.bash avenue 

Friedman, L. and Schmidt, Chas 373 Illinois street 

Friedman, Leo 322 Blue Island avenue 

Friedman, N 3201 Wentworth avenue 

Friedman, S 2942 Cottage Grove avenue 

Friedman, Sam 6000 Halsted street 

Friedrich, A 3601 S. Morgan street 

Friedrichs, M 341 Center street 

Friel Jas 105 Lincoln avenue 

Friel, Jos. and Mich 215 S. Centre avenue 

Fries Nic 412 Clybourn avenue 

Friis C. M 367 Milwaukee avenue 

Frith Dan 191 Webster avenue 

Fritzel, M. J 242 W. Randolph street 

Froelich, Ad I486 Milwaukee avenue 

Fruo-oli Jos 2360 W. Harrison street 

Frumelt, Mrs. M 2049 N. Ashland avenue 

Fruth, B. E 3801 W^entworth avenue 

Fry, John L 3022 State street 

Frysztak, Jos 689 W. 20th street 

Fuchs, S 1105 W. Chicago avenue 

Fuermann, Julius 845 W. FuUerton avenue 

Fuerst, A 1153 St. Louis avenue 

Fugina', John " 588 E. 108th street 

Full F. F 563 S. Halsted street 

Fulle, Fred 657 W. Divison street 

Fulle, Jno 172 W. Division street 

Fumosoli, E 47 E. Harrison street 

Funai, 0. and L ' .663 W. Madison street 

Funai, A. and L 804 W. Madison street 

Funk, Frank 335 W. 47th street 

Funk, Geo 150 Willow street 

Furlong, Geo 442 W. Harrison street 

Furlong, M. J. and Connolly, M 156 S. Halsted street 

Furth, Wra ■ 7300 Green street 

Gabris, J. and Hamaronski, R 1151 S. OaJdey avenue 



icense No. 


Ward. 


2577 


31 


2193 


4 


3627 


18 


933 


1 


A-207 


11 


709 


19 


4411 


26 


2279 


21 


2745 


1 


2658 


27 


5494 


22 


A-383 


29 


3436 


14 


2023 


14 


5303 


2 


4606 


21 


2822 


10 


1656 


3 


1919 


2 


A- 362 


31 


1592 


5 


4469 


23 


5939 


23 


490 


19 


6134 


23 


1697 


17 


4031 


24 


3005 


18 


1629 


28 


2846 


34 


1625 


26 


6016 


3 


864 


2 


5536 


11 


2285 


14 


1492 


27 


A-335 


12 


A-255 


8 


132 


9 


2732 


15 


1643 


16 


685 


1 


1490 


20 


227 


20 


2538 


30 


3406 


24 


1133 


19 


980 


18 


5155 


32 


1688 


12 



October 22, 1593 1906 

Name, Address. 

Gacki, M 2611 Kimball avenue 

Gackowski, Thos .948 N. Ashland avenue 

Grading Chr 1430 Clybourn avenue 

Gaebel, Ad 127 W. North avenue 

Gaertig, Paul 8308 Halsted street 

Gaffke, J 1048 N. Hoyne avenue 

Gaffney, Pat 7849 Woodlawn avenue 

Gaffney, W. P 222 E. 22d street 

Gage Hotel Co., Wellington Hotel, A. S. Gage, Pres 

232 Wabash avenue 

Gagni, George 214 E. 35th street 

Gaines, Wm. F '. 2242 Milwaukee avenue 

Gallagher, B 690 Clybourn avenue 

Gallagher, John 495 W. Harrison street 

Gallagher, John 335 W. Huron street 

Gallagher, Martin 5358 Bishop street 

Gallagher, Thos 3956 State street 

Galassini, J 1379 W. Harrison street 

Galassini, C .259 Desplaines street 

Galezewski, L 4757 Paulina street 

Gall, Geo 824 Belmont avenue 

Galla, Jos 119 Augusta street 

Gallauer, Carl 641 N. Clark street 

Gallela, L. G. G.... 133 Ewing street 

Galligan, Thos. P 977 Milwaukee avenue 

Gallistel, M 180 106th .street 

Galivan, J. A 737 Madison street 

Galkowski, D. 4540 Honore street 

Galus, John 78 Wade street 

Galvin, Christ 1401 W. 103d street 

Galvin, Dennis 7 W. Madison street 

Galvin, John J 9500 Vineennes road 

Galvin, Peter. 8800 Wallace street 

GaJvin, Peter 10660 Vineennes road 

Gamber, F. M 313 Clybourn avenue 

Gamble, John 6459 Halsted street 

Gamble, Jno. A 316 31st street 

Gamont, D 565 Canal street 

Ganey, Henry 128 E. Lake street 

Gangler^ M 391 N. Ashland avenue 

Gangolf , E . 6000 Carpenter street 

Gannon, Dan 1991 W. 12th street 

Gannon, E. F 1860 W. Lake street 

Gannon, Thos 438 S. Kedzie avenue 

Gardner, Chas. L. Jr 92 W. Lake street 

Gardner, Chas. L. Jr 213 W. Adams street 

Gardner, H. C 12259 Michigan avenue 

Gardner, Wra 2501 State street 

Gairner, John 3030 State street 

Garson, I. L 6345 S. Western avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


5700 


27 


A-284 


16 


1323 


24 


473 


16 


A-873 


32 


A-321 


28 


1759 


33 


4930 


1 


8465 


1 


A-13 


3 


6157 


27 


446 


24 


2004 


19 


2467 


14 


A-629 


29 


2702 


30 


5415 


13 


6306 


19 


4823 


29 


526 


26 


3242 


17 


4078 


21 


2809 


19 


2638 


16 


6142 


8 


1291 


20 


2244 


29 


5405 


17 


A-209 


32 


1632 


18 


A-595 


32 


A-733 


32 


3090 


32 


3021 


23 


2597 


32 


1693 


2 


1005 


9 


4983 


1 


3294 


15 


4660 


31 


987 


13 


110 


13 


392 


13 


A-691 


18 


A-508 


18 


508 


33 


1118 


2 


2191 


2 


A-658 


31 



October 22, 



1594 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Cartelniann. Herm 590 Ashland avenue 

Gartlan. P. J 143 E. 26th street 

Carthmd. P 5165 Wentworth avenue 

Gartknd, Phil 5000 Centre avenue 

Gartner, Fred 8858 Cottage Grove avenue 

Garvev. M. C 4500 Laflin street 

Gasch, F. Emil 122 S. Clark street 

Gaspao-ine, John 6700 State street 

Gass, M 5517 Halsted street 

Gassick, E. L 2571 Evanston avenue 

Gassick, Ed. L 2127 Evanston avenue 

Cast Wine Co., H. L. Holfeld, Prop 576 N. Clark street 

Gast, Wm 448 Diversey avenue 

Gatto, Tony 1272 W. Lake street 

Gavelda, 1 879 Blue Island avenue 

Gavolda, John 4027 Ashland avenue 

Gaynor, Thos 444 Dearborn street 

Gaynor, John 778 W. Chicago avenue 

Gaynor, Wm 147 Canal street 

Gazzolo, A 193 N. Halsted street 

Gazzolo, Mrs. A '. 461 W. Madison street 

Gazzolo, Dom'k 892 W. Lake street 

Gazzolo, Mrs. E 883 W. Madison street 

Gazzolo, Frank 82 W. Madison street 

Gazzolo, Frank 1003 W. Madison street 

Gazzolo, Jno. D. and Evans, C 523 W. Madison street 

Gazzolo, L 1514 W. Lake street 

Gazzolo, L. A 744 W. Van Buren street 

Geary, M. P 13 S. Water streeet 

Geczy, J 2240 Kinzie street 

Gedutis, K 4510 Hermitage avenue 

Gehrer, Henry 1457 N. Ashland avenue 

Gehri, Otto. .' 26 Union place 

Gehring, Jos 251 Blackhawk street 

Geier, J • • 1374 W. North avenue 

Geis, Fred 1946 Archer avenue 

Geis, George 870 W. 21st place 

Qeis, J 2172 38th street 

Geis', Max 3829 Morgan street 

Geisen, Nic 1715 N. California avenue 

Gelder, B. C 108 La Salle street 

Genarella, John 171 W. Polk street 

Gengler, T. and M 3685 N. Clark street 

Gennetten, Chr 3265 Bidge avenue 

Gentile, M 162 W. Taylor street 

Gentz, Jno. A 14 S. Water street 

Geo^han, P. J 365 E. Indiana street 

Georg, Ad 164 E. Randolph street 

George, Chas. E 3196 Elston avenue 

George, Dominick, 1857 W. 69th street 



license No. 


Ward. 


4800 


11 


5329 


2 


A-274 


30 


A-290 


29 


4427 


33 


5640 


29 


6389 


1 


1340 


32 


2929 


31 


1787 


25 


A-162 


25 


3266 


21 


271 


28 


1282 


14 


2011 


11 


4597 


29 


4883 


1 


A-736 


15 


2333 


18- 


1816 


17 


6325 


18 


2121 


J 4 


5508 


20 


1609 


18 


4043 


}3 


1649 


18 


1308 


14 


3876 


20 


861 


1 


1012 


34 


4019 


29 


1128 


24 


2818 


9 


4684 


22 


3376 


35 


5339 


1 


3240 


1] 


A-820 


5 


2730 


5 


2500 


27 


4017 


1 


5741 


19 


1742 


26 


2572 


26 


5395 


19 


2120 


1 


491 


21 


2656 


1 


5584 


27 


A-156 


31 



October 22, 



1595 



1906 



Name, Address. 

Gerald Buffet Co., The, Inc., G. Miller, Mgr..2600 State st. 

Gerber, A. J 503 State street 

Gerber, Harry 607 Sangamon street 

Gerbig, Henry 1019 N. 51st avenue 

Gerdniskis, P. and Adamatis, J 3338 Auburn avenue^ 

Gering, And 110 Dearborn street 

Geringer, A 7600 S. Chicago avenue 

Germania.Cafe, The, E. Ostenrieder, Mgr . .649 N. Clark street 

Germser, Emil . . : 54 Wells street 

Gernt, Jos 3700 S. Hermitage avenue 

Gerrity, E. P 52 Sherman street 

Gerrity, J. F 4300 State street 

Gerstein, H 103 Mohawk street 

Gerten, Mc 4371 N. Clark street 

Getz, L. H 147 Canalport avenue 

Geyer, Michael 2271 W. Harrison street 

Geyer, Oscar 1134 W. 59th street 

Ghisselli, Mrs. M 3001 Armour avenue 

Giannoni, Frank 716 W. Van Buren street 

Gibasiewiez, P 165 W. Chicago avenue 

Gibbons, J 416 Blue Island aveuTie 

Gibbons, Thos 941 W. Madison street 

Gibney, Pat 954 W. I2ih street 

Giedemann, Louis 10255 Avenue M 

Giernt, M 3700 S. Paulina street 

Giersch, And 416 Elston avenue 

Gierzynski, Julius 199 W. Webster avenue 

Giese, Gus 881 W. Division street 

Giese, Theo 769 Milwaukee avenue 

Giesen, F. W 388 N. Halsted street 

Gilbert, Thos 142 Madison street 

Gilbertsen, C. J 588 N. California avenue 

Gilblom, E 1559 State street 

Gilbride, M 4136 Wentworth avenue 

Gildo, Sam , . 135 W. Polk street 

Gilgar, Martin 6758 State street 

Gill, Frank 130 S. Peoria street 

Gillam, W^m. 212 35th street 

Gilmore, Geo. J 608 W. Harrison street 

Gilmore, T. B ■ 1400 W. 59th street 

Ginalski, Jacob 13259 Houston avenue 

Ginley, Wm. S 1331 W. Lake street 

Ginocchio, Simon 86 Sherman street 

Ginsberg, I . . 662 N. Ashland avenue 

Ginsberg, M .91 Waller street 

Ginsburg, M 150 S. Halsted street 

Giometti, A., and Bertini, B 9238 Commercial avenue 

Giometti, Lino 7301 Peoria street 

Gircus, Adam 579 S. Canal street 

Girdwojnis, A., and Butrim, L 166 W. 18th street 



License No. 


Ward. 


5412 


2 


2334 


1 


5725 


9 


2705 


27 


2694 


5 


254 


1 


1087 


33 


1506 


21 


4609 


21 


A-203 


5 


2377 


1 


784 


30 


4253 


22 


4683 


26 


4324 


9 


1446 


34 


5330 


31 


6186 


2 


6388 


20 


2503 


17 


6183 


10 


4654 


20 


4611 • 


n 


5893 


8 


A-229 


5 


4956 


16 


4966 


16 


1066 


15 


1429 


17 


4072 


22 


2180 


1 


5366 


15 


5990 


1 


2484 


30 


6135 


19 


2645 


32 


2346 


18 


3992 


3 


2744 


20 


2463 


31 


A-718 


8 


4052 


14 


4329 


1 


5869 


11 


5463 


10 


1084 


18 


5526 


8 


3900 


32 


700 


9 


A-82 


9 



CVtober 



159C 



190G 



Name. Address. 

Girdzur, John , 726 S. Canal street 

Giroux, Louis 11900 Michigan avenue 

Ghihe Fred , 84 E. Madison street 

Gleason, Tim 321 Dearborn street 

Gleeson, Edw 2483 W. 12th street 

Glenn. John E 106 S. Jefferson street 

Glesner, John 257 Canal street 

Gliwa, G 3714 S. Wood street 

Glob, Thos. .*. 752 W. 17th street 

Glontski, Frank.S. E. Cor. Milwaukee and Central Park aves 

Glomski, S. K -84 La Salle street 

Gloor Wni 124 E. Kinzie street 

Glosa, Auo- 4258 Ashland avenue 

Glosa P 4261 Ashland avenue 

Glowienke, R 1684 N. Albany avenue 

Glowski, Otto 12020 Halsted street 

Glueck, Geo 633 N. Clark street 

Glueck, Sig .■ 327 Sedgwick street 

Glyssen, C. E 112 39th street 

Gniot, John 658 Dickson street 

Gnossa, Wm 80 Crosby street 

Goebel, Frank 30 W. Fullerton avenue 

Goebel, P. J 9962 Avenue L 

Goetz C. F 108 N. Kedzie avenue 

Goetz, H •• 239 E. Chicago avenue 

Goetz Jac 2056 Archer avenue 

Goetz, John 21 Michigan avenue 

Goetzinger, John 879 Lincoln avenue 

Gohte, R ■ 3131 Fox street 

Gold, Louis TOOl Centre avenue 

Goldberg, Abe 145 W. Madison street 

Goldberg, Abe. . . .- 133 Van Buren street 

Goldberg, Ben 17 W. Madison street 

Goldberg, Harry 200 Milwaukee avenue 

Goldberg,' M. A 199 E. 21st street 

Goldberg, R 288 W. Madison street 

Golden, David 683 Sheffield avenue 

Goldert, J. P 443 N. California avenue 

Goldman, A 4722 State street 

Goldman, A., and W HI Madison street 

Goldman, Sam 232 N. Clark street 

Goldman, Sam, and Dave 64 N. State street 

Goldner, L 444 Washtenaw avenue 

Goldner, P. C 567 S. Western avenue 

Goldstein, A 232 N. Sangamon street 

Goldstein, C. H 527 N. Halsted street 

Goldstein Co., E. E. Goldstein, Pres 175 Monroe street 

Goldstein, H 4451 Wentworth avenue 

Goldstein, Ike 1159 63d street 

Goldstein, Jacob L 506 State street 



License No. 


Ward. 


2627 


9 


3065 


33 


2896 


1 


5327 


1 


A-541 


34 


1777 


18 


1064 


19 


2267 


5 


3253 


11 


A-633 


017 


2612 


1 


537 


21 


5499 


29 


2492 


29 


2712 


27 


4772 


33 


1695 


21 


2731 


21 


6213 





2739 


16 


3293 


22 


2057 


16 


6147 


8 


4656 


14 


3625 


21 


5378 


1 


1195 


1 


A-268 


24 


2494 


5 


2502 


32 


4634 


18 


3714 


1 


2827 


IS 


4012 


1? 


6006 


1 


4885 


18 


4794 


25 


2025 


15 


792 


30 


2703 


18 


4352 


21 


4374 


21 


4679 


13 


3283 


13 


3227 


17 


1771 


22 


895 


1 


5066 


30 


4312 


?2 


6116 


1 



October 22, 



1597 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Goldstein, S . . 4466 Princeton avenue 

Goldstein, Sig 593 Lincoln avenue 

Goldstein, Simon 198 W. 35th street 

Goldstine, Abe 5300 State street 

Goldstine, J 1801 Armour avenue 

Goldstine, M 156 47th street 

Goldstone, S. E 1739 Milwaukee avenue 

Goldsworthy, W. E 540 N. Hamlin avenue 

Golembierski, L 32 Tell place 

Gollwitzer, John 367 Canal street 

Goodman, David 556 Jefferson street 

Goodman, H 1423 Wabash avenue 

Goodman, Henry 157 47th street 

Goodman, Sarah 3191 Milwaukee avenue 

Gordon, D., and Jac 1071 Lincoln avenue 

Gordon, Henry 476 W. Randolph street 

Gordon, Julius. 1107 N. Leavitt street 

Gordon, N 356 W. 43d street 

Gordon, Eob 188 S. Halsted street 

Gordon, Thos 8851 Commercial avenue 

Gorecki, M 913 N. Paulina street 

Goriwoda, John 3201 Morgan street 

Gorke, Chas 489 California avenue 

Gorlewicz, Jos 805 Dickson street 

Gorney, Jos 3336 Fisk street 

Gorney, M 8524 Green Bay avenue 

Gorski, B 513 N. Wood street 

Gorski, F. B 36 Chapin street 

Gorski, F. B 109 Cornelia street 

Gorzynski, Frank 75 Cleaver street 

Gosden, M 185 W. Van Buren street 

Goslenowski, W 854 31st place 

Gossmann, Fred 4029 Ashland avenue 

Gothard, Geo 3001 S. 40th court 

Gottlieb, A 733 Milwaukee avenue 

Gottlieb, 1 1565 Milwaukee avenue 

Gould, R. J 17 Quincy street 

Grabarski, A- • 693 Noble street 

Grabe, Otto ; 1735 W. 43d street 

Grabinski, John 1759 47th street 

Grabinski, Mary 4801 Paulina street 

Grace, Harry ..206 Canalport avenue 

Gradle, Jos 1313 W. 12th street 

Grady, P. J 314 Grand avenue 

Grady, Frank, and Mitchell, Jno..31st and Indiana avenue 

Graf, Mrs. E 3901 Halsted street 

Graff, J 1051 W. Madison street 

Graham, Geo 5728 State street 

Graham, Geo 5514 State street 

Graham, Wm 134 N. May street 



License No. 


Ward. 


3885 


30 


3424 


25 


1135 


12 


36 


30 


151 


1 


593 


30 


3335 


38 


4788 


35 


3543 


17 


3359 


19 


4583 


9 


463 


1 


3648 


30 


5397 


27 


3386 


26 


3741 


18 


319 


28 


4066 


30 


2222 


18 


2394 


8 


A-612 


16 


2586 


4 


5443 


13 


287 


16 


5038 


5 


2314 


8 


A-180 


15 


5404 


17 


A-417 


17 


1943 


16 


2136 


18 


A-198 


4 


4102 


29 


4110 


34 


298 


17 


2471 


28 


5094 


1 


3326 


16 


3434 


29 


5029 


29 


1454 


29 


A-647 


9 


1743 


12 


2723 


17 


1219 


2 


6339 


30 


220 


13 


4276 


31 


4275 


31 


2728 


17 



Ootobor 22, 



1598 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Ca-ahovncz, Tony 8908 The Strand 

Cianacki, A 8357 Superior avenue 

Granakopoulos, John 342 S. Halsted street 

Granata, P 389 S. Desplaines street 

Grand, Chas 149 E. Madison street 

Grand Pacific Hotel Co., F. Sontag Clark and Jackson 

Grandt, John 1127 Hoyne avenue 

Graney, Mrs. T 481 Illinois street 

Grannan, John 750 31st street 

Granrath, IST 236 N. Clark street 

Grant, J. J 387 Dearborn street 

Graper, Wm : • 289 Armitage avenue 

Grassow, Ed 1746 N. Leavitt street 

Grau, John 704 W. 14th street 

Grauel, Jos 192 E. FuUerton avenue 

Graves, S. C 1544 Wabash avenue 

Grawe, Fred 775 Elston avenue 

Green, Clarence E 176 Jackson boulevard 

Green Geo. A 107 Paulina street 

Green, Pat 1429 W. Madison street 

Great Northern Hotel, J. C. Roth, Mgr..91 Jackson boulevard 

Great Western Wine and Liquor Co., S. Young. . 

2327 Wentworth avenue 

Greenberg, L. and Greenberg, David.. 1607 Wabash avenue 

Greenberg, M. and Herr, E 323 W. Madison street 

Greengard, Ben 107 5th avenue 

Greengard, H 126 E. Lake street 

Greener Louis 362 Milwaukee avenue 

Gfeeno,'Tony 325 W. Polk street 

Greeny, Fred 353 E. ^orth avenue 

Greenspan, M 44 S. 48th avenue 

Greenspan, Samuel 162 N. 48th avenue 

Gregori, F. E 560 Racine avenue 

Greif Thos 436 Milwaukee avenue 

Grein Ben 469 W. Chicago avenue 

Greno, Frank 13 S. Sangamon street 

Gresh,' John 1102 W. 48th street 

Griebenow, Wm 280 Clyboum avenue 

Griebenow, Wm 839 Clyboum avenue 

Gries, Geo. and Zink, Aug 175 S. Water street 

Gries, Henry 41 E. Kinzie street 

Griesbach, John 158 Lincoln avenue 

Griesbach, Otto 656 Sedgwick street 

Griffin, James 537 W. Taylor street 

Griffin, Wm 239 W. Chicago avenue 

Grimes, P. H 6300 Cottage Grove avenue 

Grimm,' Gust 7045 S. Western avenue 

Grimm, Wm 939 N. Robey street 

Grinberg, W 5433 Wentworth avenue 

Grisch D ^901 Houston avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


6144 


8 


922 


8 


A-354 


19 


1483 


19 


5087 


1 


2675 


1 


5313 


12 


5254 


21 


307 


4 


3471 


21 


1025 


1 


1624 


28 


A-874 


26 


6196 


11 


404 


24 


5953 


1 


3546 


16 


1930 


1 


5401 


20 


5255 


13 


1884 


1 


467 


2 


1183 


1 


A-94 


1? 


5297 


1 


4130 


1 


1835 


17 


A-406 


19 


1980 


23 


44 


35 


442 


35 


4247 


25 


5311 


17 


591 


14 


A-80 


18 


5217 


29 


1799 


22 


4963 


24 


536 


1 


5654 


22 


218 


23 


4592 


23 


1966 


19 


3998 


17 


4756 


7 


2794 


31 


5042 


28 


A-382 


30 


2718 


8 



October 22, 



1599 



1906 



Name. , Address. 

Groark, J. L 3258 Wentworth avenue 

Grobert, Jul. C 1311 Elston avenue 

Grody, Abe 240' Clinton street 

Grogan, M. B 381 W. Van Buren street 

Grogan, Peter 121 E. 18t]i street 

Grommes & Ullrich, Inc., J. B. Grommes, 194 Dearborn street 

Gronbeck, H. F. . . 991 N. Clark street 

Grosfield, E. A 1510 W. Lake street 

Gross, B 287 E. North avenue 

Gross, E. C 183 23d place 

Gross, H. and Grossman, S 77 N. Clark street 

Gross, Thos, 1850 N. Kedzi© avenue 

Grosskopf, Wm .• 1077 Elston avenue 

Grossman, I .417 W. Division street 

Grossman, Jno. A 2408 Lincoln avenue 

Grossman, Jos. and Sam 1106 Lincoln avenue 

Grossman, R 293 E. Kinzie street 

Grossman, W '. 204 Milwaukee avenue 

Groth, Harry 194 95th street 

Grubinski, Theo 751 S. Paulina street 

Gruener, E 327 Grand avenue 

Gruener, Robt 354 W. Chicago avenue 

Grueger, Arnold ■ 1637 W. North avenue 

Gruis, Geo. E 1675 N. California avenue 

Grundmann, H. and Fiedler, A 2211 Lincoln avenue 

Grunholtz, Micha,el 1357 49th place 

Gruninger, Wm 24 E. Webster avenue 

Grunwald, Aug 1211 Lincoln avenue 

Guagenti, Frank ,. 68 Oak street 

Gualano, P 390 S. Desplaines street 

Guentber, Aug 255 W. 16th street 

Guenther, Chas. F 930 W. 20th street 

Guentzel, R 1959 W. Madison street 

Guerin, Pat 4825 Halsted street 

Guerlich, Wm 1338 Lincoln avenue 

Guhl, Jno. P 3256 Archer avenue 

Guido, S 363 Desplaines street 

Guinand, John 1749 Lincoln avenue 

Guirach, Mrs. N 3469 N. Clark street 

Gumb, P. W ' 2900 State street 

Gumb, "P. W . . 2558 State street 

Gumbiner, J. and Caplan, Hy 116 Wells street 

Gumbinger, S. W 471 N. Robey street 

Guminski, P. P 8460 Superior avenue 

Gunkel, Mary A 782 W. 12th street 

Gunther, John 4370 N. Clark street 

Guse, Paul 469 Lincoln avenue 

Gust, Paul 1140 California avenue 

Gustaf son, A 516 W. Erie street 

Gustafson, Frank A 5401 Wentworth avenue 



icense No. 


Ward. 


2979 


3 


6095 


28 


1577 


19 


5457 


18 


5503 


1 


1879 


1 


447 


33 


5742 


U 


142 


23 


3440 


4 


A-343 


21 


236 


27 


433 


16 


2115 


15 


1357 


27 


3089 


26 


A-193 


21 


5077 


17 


1511 


■ 8 


2780 


11 


902 


17 


816 


17 


3636 


27 


139 


27 


4081 


26 


A-38 


29 


1337 


24 


5600 


36 


4266 


22 


640 


19 


1165 


9 


4808 


11 


3079 


13 


904 


30 


1568 


26 


57 


5 


6365 


39 


2514 


26 


1805 • 


26 


4970 


2 


4969 


2 


A-475 


21 


5493 


15 


1180 


8 


1846 


11 


2347 


25 


6125 


25 


2920 


12 


4148 


14 


1191 


30 



CVtobor 22, 



1600 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Gustatis, Geo 1924 46th street 

Guth, Fred 6501 L<aflin street 

GutjaJir, Chas 78 Cleveland avenue 

Guttensolm, F. G 1014 W. Lake street 

Guzel, Frank 1282 N. Western avenue 

Guzik, H. J 2101 Dearborn street 

Guzik, Jos 8701 Marquette avenue 

Haack, W. J •. . . . 3001 Halsted street 

Haas, Andrew 4101 S. Halsted street 

Haasl, Geo 714 Blue Island avenue 

Haberkorn, Jos. A 84 5th avenue 

Haehmeister, H 242 Orleans street 

Hack, E 519 Larrahee street 

Haekenbrock, H. and 7500 Dobson avenue 

Hacker, Henry Ill Canal street 

Ha,cker, Herm 3300 S. Irving avenue 

Hackett, James 1354 Wabash avenue 

Hackett, John J 1618 W. Madison street 

Hackett, Jos 3673 State street 

Hadac, Frank 427 Jefferson street 

Haeger, H 1846 N. Halsted street 

Haerting, C 1790 N. Clark street 

Haeussermann, W .0 424 W. North avenue 

Haf er, John 2404 Indiana avenue 

Hagedom, Chr 2533 Cottage Grove avenue 

Hagemann, Chas 299 W. 16th street 

Hagenbucher, Chas 2750 Irving Park boulevard 

Haggarty, F. P 452 E. 31st street 

Hagerty, J, and Hoskins, H 3161 State street 

Hahn, Hy 1892 W. 12th street 

Hahn, Jas 7756 Jackson avenue 

Hahne, Fred 95 W. Harrison street 

Hahne, Gust 1136 S. Oakley avenue 

Hahne, John C 2 Roscoe boulevard 

Hall, P. R 724 W. Van Buren street 

Hall, F. S 140 E. 22d street 

Hall, Geo. F 642 81st street 

Hall, Jos 603 Fullerton avenue 

Halberg, John 16 Miltotn avenue 

Hale, Catherine 4424 State street 

Halfmann, Mrs. H 123 Canalport avenue 

Halibozek, Jacob 1385 38th place 

Haling, C. F 41 Howe street 

Hallgren, Mrs. John 809 Elston avenue 

Haller, Geo 950 Grand avenue 

Hallinan, Frank 2822 Archer avenue 

Hallinan, T. and J 243 W. North avenue 

Hallmann, Al 341 Ward street 

Hallowed, M. and O'Hara, M 85 Monroe street 

Halperin, Ad 873 Milwaukee avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


A-585 


29 


5226 


31 


5484 


'12 


6074 


14 


A-452 


28 


5223 


1 


1735 


8 


4905 


4 


907 


30 


4090 


11 


5828 


1 


4541 


22 


1991 


23 


5152 


33 


3001 


18 


3177 


5 


358 


1 


1093 


13 


75 


3 


2262 


19 


4473 


25 


5677 


25 


4368 


16 


2404 


2 


3914 


2 


5567 


10 


2995 


27 


A-258 


2 


4425 


2 


4325 


34 


5334 


33 


5193 


19 


A- 168 


12 


4693 


26 


1168 


20 


1839 


1 


2766 


32 


4952 


28 


123 


22 


A-723 


30 


1504 


9 


683 


5 


3515 


23 


3721 


16 


1466 


14 


"" 3949 


4 


289 


16 


219 


24 


1096 


1 


5885 


16 



October 22, 



1601 



1906 



Name. 



Address. 



Halpin, John .-3501 Cottage Grove avenue 

Halterman, Dan 958 Belmont avenue 

Haluska, John 99 W. 18th street 

Halvorsen, Chas 932 Sheffield avenue 

Halverson, P. and Debes, C 925 W. Division street 

Halyko, M 2058 48th .street 

Hamar, A. A. and Duffy, D. E 471 S. Eobey street 

Hamel, Nic 467 W. Chicago avenue 

Hamilton, Jas. A •' 801 Rockwell street 

Hamilton, Wm. 3 Wells street 

Hamler, A 355 W. Lake street 

Hamm, Mrs. Fannie 150 E. North avenue 

Hamm, John. 809 Blue Island avenue 

Hanafin, Peter 838 W. Harrison street 

Hanock, L. and Chanoch, Wm 425 State street 

Hand E. K "^000 Stony Island avenue 

Handzell^ John.'." -. S57 W. Chicago avenue 

Hanekamp, F 347 100th street 

Haney, J. A ....4725 Halsted street 

Hanglin, Jos 345 E. 37th street 

Hanke, E. 772 W. Taylor street 

Hanke Wm 602 Wellington street 

Hankes, Mrs. Jno 3525 S. Halsted street 

Hanket M 1^6 Walnut street 

Hanley,' A. and M 2500 Archer avenue 

Hanley E J 625 W. Harrison street 

Hanley', M. J • 1^9 55th street 

Hanley, P. J 3001 Archer avenue 

Hanlon, Jas 719 43d street 

Hann, E 338 Clybourn avenue 

Hannah & Hogg, Inc., A. D. Hannah, Pres . . 108 Monroe street 

Hannah & Hogg, A. D. Hannah, Pres 222 Clark street 

Hannah & Hogg, A. D. Hannah, Pres. . . .126 Randolph street 
Hannah & Hogg, A. D. Hannah, Pres. ... 189 Dearborn street 
Hannah & Hogg, A. D. Hannah, Pres., 188 W. Madison street 

Hannah & Hogg, A. D. Hannah, Pres 28 Plymouth place 

Hannah & Hogg, A. D. Hannah, Pres. . . 151 Randolph street 

Hannah & Hogg, A. D. Hannah, Pres 43 Randolph street 

Hannah & Hogg, A. D. Hannah, Pres. .... .296 State street 

Hannah. & Hogg, A. D. Hannah, Pres.. 307 Wabash avenue 

Hannion, Steve 4637 Lafiin street 

Hanrahan, Ed. J 3715 W. 51st street 

Hanrahan, J. R 37 Hope street 

Hanrahan, Thos 362 Blue Island avenue 

Hanrahan, Wm 3458 Cottage Grove avenue 

Hanratty, Jas. 567 W. 12th street 

Hansch, Chas • 143 Dayton street 

Hanske, Chas. F 493 Elston avenue 

Hansen, A • 102 Orleans street 

Hanson, Adolph 8900 Green Bay avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


5801 


3 


4347 


26 


5530 


9 


4372 


25 


2914 


15 


4835 


29 


2832 


11 


5521 


17 


A-565 


12 


3717 


21 


2212 


18 


1164 


22 


1054 


11 


2431 


20 


2341 


1 


5363 


7 


6120 ~ 


17 


5976 


8 


6149 


30 


5618 


3 


5158 


11 


A-527 


24 


1692 


4 


2917 


14 


A-337 


4 


A-159 


20 


4439 


7 


291 


5 


2167 


30 


6140 


23 


A-197 


1 


5200 


1 


5199 


1 


5202 


1 


5204 


iS 


5205 


1 


5206 


1 


5207 


1 


5208 


1 


5209 


1 


2635 


29 


2777 


29 


6261 


19 


4761 


10 


2787 


3 


3528 


19 


1555 


23 


2284 


16 


329 


22 


A-16 


8 



October 22, 



lOOi 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Hanson, Mrs. A. M 2640 Irving Park boulevard 

Hansen. B 733 W. 119th street 

Hansen, B. A 53 N. Ashland avenue 

Hanson, Chas. L 324 Milwaukee avenue 

Hansen, E 137 W. Erie street 

Hansen, E. P 5959 State street 

Hansen, Frank 270 Sedgwick street 

Hanson, H 7601 Cottage Grove avenue 

Hansen, H 663 N. Leavitt street 

Hanson, H. E 297 W. Ohio street 

Hansen, H. R. 6958 Stony Island avenue 

Hanson, Mrs. J. B 2051 N. Clark street 

Hanson, Jacob 1015 K Kedzie avenue 

Hanson, John ; 264 Augusta street 

Hanson, M. and Henderson, C 244 S. Water street 

Hanson, M 1326 Belmont avenue 

Hanson, N 259 Orleans street 

Haraburda, Jos 3335 Mosspratt street 

Haran, Thos 446 W. 12th street 

Harbut, M 784 W. 18th place 

Harding, John P 135 E. Van Buren street 

Hardow, Wm 1012 W. 21st street 

Hardt, F 71 Southport avenue 

Hardtmann, Chas 1 106 Milwaukee avenue 

Hardy, Frank, 120 E. Randolph street 

Hargaden, Tom 2504 Archer avenue 

Harhan, Jas. and Patrick 3658 Union avenue 

Harmacek, Jos 4756 S. Honore street 

Harmacinski, 1 8841 Escanaba avenue 

Harmening, C 1771 Milwaukee avenue 

Harmon, G 2410 Kensington avenue 

Harmon, Geo 4835 Halsted street 

Harney, V. R 775 Colorado avenue 

Harold, B. W 458 36th street 

Harper, John 481 W. Ohio street 

Harper, D. and Horndorf^ Chas 1367 N. Clark street 

Harpman, S 1225 W. 59th street 

Harrigan, John J 214 E. 31st street 

Harrigan, Jno. J 3035 State street 

Harrington, John 89 Desplaines street 

Harrington, Jos. & Co 9210 Harbor avenue 

Harrington, M 6852 Ashland avenue 

Hartigan, Jas ' 959 W. 38th street 

Hartkopf, Frank 1784 K Halsted street 

Hartl, John J 10744 Torrence avenue 

Hartman, Jos 275 35th street 

Hartman, L 6703 Madison avenue 

Hartmann, John and Geo 1308 75th street 

Hartmann, Wm 244 Madison street 

Hartnett, John F 2897 Archer avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


4158 


27 


2058 


33 


5840 


14 


3264 


17 


4615 


17 


1713 


7 


4694 


22 


5248 


33 


623 


15 


4217 


17 


5111 


7 


520 


25 


3054 


27 


3047 


15 


4373 


1 


1691 


25 


3022 


22 


5581 


5 


4856 


10 


3272 


11 


972 


1 


3744 


12 


2629 


24 


4388 


16 


6272 


1 


92 


4 


A-48 


5 


1476 


29 


846 


8 


998 


28 


3439 


33 


206 


30 


5550 


13 


5798 


3 


1863 


14 


1249 


25 


3867 


31 


5597 


2 


5596 


2 


5585 


18 


2103 


8 


6064 


31 


A-71 


5 


5169 


25 


A-309 


8 


4601 


3 


353 


7 


5108 


33 


1169 


1 


5376 


4 



October 22, ^^^^ 

Address. 

^^"Jf- ....449 Austin avenue 
Hartunff, Geo 

Harvey & Son, S. T ,'''/ r™°" 

Hartwig,Jota 106 E. North avenue 

Hasek^Thos 6** S. Centre avenue 

HasenLin, Hy "l* Arm.tage avenue 

,^ , , TT . . '. 13356 Ontario avenue 

Hass, John H _ . 

„ ; -,„„;„ 636 Racme avenue 

Hassler, Loms ^^ _^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ 

Hastings Wm ■ ■ -^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ 

^'^"1^' t ....3610 State street 

^'^"■!''^--, ; 9010 The Strand 

H^"!''^^ 2106 State street 

5'""™' 208 Colorado avenue 

Harris, Jac 45 W. Laice street 

M M ::::'.::'..'.--"----'---2^^ Morgan street 

H"™' „ ...209 26th street 

H"".^' « : ;.528 Jefferson street 

H^"!"'5™ 290 B. North avenue 

IXh P'^and GehHug,- Wm; ■.•.•.•.■.•..■. .... 120 Wells street 

„ / -- , 5631 Halsted street 

?t ■ .tf'n; ::'. ..6759 S. Halted street 

1: : r1; foLV.V.V.V.V. 6656 S. Halsted street 

„ , , ' Tj- 896 N. Albany avenue 

Hang, John K ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ 

Haury Chas. 122 E. Kinzie street 

Hausehild,E ' ^gg L^wis street 

Hauser, F W Goodspeed street 

Hauser, Vaclav tii^ ^ r 

Hausler Wm 3863 Cottage Grove avenue 

Hausier, vvm ^^^ ^^ Division street 

Hausman S .^ • • • •• ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ 

Hauswaia Hugo ^^^^ ^^^^^^ 

Hauswirth John.. ■■ .^^g g.^^, street 

Haver, John D. ^^^ ^_ ^^^^ ^^^.^ 

Havlin,Jas. 80 N. Centre avenue 

Hawkinson, Cha .•■••• ^ ^^ ^.^.^.^^ ^^^^^, 

Hawkmson, Gu^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^, 

Hawkmson, John ^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ 

Hawkinson^^ P. ■ ■ • • ■ • ^^ ^^^.^^^ 

Hawryla, Jos. . . . .^ • 1008 119th street 

Hanger. John and Gasper, L ; ^08^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^ 

Hayes, Mrs. C.^ • - • • • ^,^^^„^t,^ „,„„e 

Haves, Dennis W • -^x^^ 

Hayes D. W. and McMahon, P. J. . .4122 Wentworth avenue 

^ -^^ ' „ „ 577 Grand avenue 

Hayes M. M^^^ ^.^^^ ^^^„^^ 

Hay.Gec, Mngr .. i83 Jaekson street 

^y- J .253 LaSalle street 

Hayden"Dav'id'.'.:'.:::'.'.'.V. 1201 W. 4nh street 

Hayden,P.J 12y 5th avenue 

Headley, Jos 2802 Milwaukee avenue 

Headley.R 639 Diversey street 



1908 



icense No. Ward. 


1062 


17 


4532 


1 


49 


22 


A-708 


10 


3845 


27 


A-946 


8 


443 


25 


2714 


21 


4921 


1 


6206 


3 


5836 


8 


3476 


1 


1961 


13 


4790 


18 


5189 


19 


1478 


2 


3053 


9 


1566 


22 


4389 


21 


5655 


31 


1645 


32 


5001 


32 


A-593 


28 


A-327 


34 


222 


21 


1327 


24 


A-21 


29 


1876 


3 


494 


22 


A-875 


26 


469 


27 


2772 


i 


6000 


10 


602 


17 


1350 


22 


4450 


33 


2343 


22 


3366 


17 


3072 


8 


3219 


2 


A-656 


30 


2179 


30 


3828 


14 


4428 


1 


5372 


1 


A-222 


1 


A-589 


29 


1590 


1 


141 


27 


2302 


27 



(.V'tobor 



1G04 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Healey, Frank A 2833 Archer avenue 

Heally, J. J 436 47th street 

Healy, Frank 3500 Emerald avenue 

Healy, J. G. and Aselin, G. W 546 W. Lake street 

Healy, Jas 19 I^ush street 

Healy, M. J 89 88th street 

Healy, Martin 8103 Vincennes avenue 

Healy, Mike D 376 Morgan street 

Healy, Wm 3856 Union avenue 

Heaphy, P 146 E. Superior street 

Heath, Henry 11504 Front street 

Heathcock, John 323 92d street 

Hebel, Felix 153 Cleaver street 

Heberlein, Augusta. 202 Rush street 

Heck, Geo 41 N. State street 

Hedderman, Jno 734 Canal street 

Heffernan, John J. . . . -. 1359 S. 4t0h avenue 

Hefle, Louis 1928 Lincoln avenue 

Heo^el, R 1489 Milwaukee avenue 

Hehr, Fred 9601 Ewing avenue 

Heidbrink, Geo. E 172 N. Clark street 

Heidel, Fred 369 W. 22d street 

Heidelberg Garden Co., Inc., J. E. Emricb, Pres. . .884 E. 5l3t st. 

Heiden, Ludwig 181 Lake street 

Heidenreich, Frank 401 W. 18th street 

Heidschmidt, Aug 548 W. 21st street 

Heim A 257 Belmont avenue 

Heim, Peter 400 Irving Park boulevard 

Heintz, Chas 20 N. State street 

Heintz, Fred 4816 Ashland avenue 

Heinz, H 1311 W. Fullerton avenue 

Heirick, Paul 225 92d street 

Heise Auo" 10250 Vincennes rX)ad 

jjeise F 2949 Elston avenue 

Hejna, Frank 1240 W. 21st street 

Helbach, Jacob 3459 uottage Grove avenue 

Helbach, Thos 61 Eugenie street 

Held, Henry 2140 W. 26th street 

Held, Wm 603 S. Jefferson street 

Held, W 471 S. Canal street 

Helegda, Jas. 4340 Ashland avenue 

Hell, Alois 20 Fisk street 

Hell, Peter 2384 115th street 

Heller, Geo. and Wohlgemuth, A 233 Wabash avenue 

Hellriegel, H. and Schaake, L 55 N. Clark street 

Helm, Ernst 469 N. Paulina street 

Helmer, Theo. R • • .5426 Wentworth avenue 

Helminiak, Jos. F 50 LaSalle street 

Helmkamp, H. J 189 E. Lake street 

Helmreich, Jos 3449 S. Halsted street 



License No. 


Ward. 


1109 


4 


945 


30 


A-77 


5 


5620 


18 


2901 


21 


5897 


8 


4845 


32 


A-568 


19 


231 


5 


3693 


22 


3013 


33 


4950 


8 


3862 


16 


4330 


21 


3016 


21 


4400 


9 


5995 


34 


2816 


26 


4296 


28 


1450 


8 


5180 


21 


5713 


10 


136 


7 


A-834 


18 


3957 


10 


4795 


11 


1261 


24 


64 


26 


1361 


21 


4841 


29 


2811 


27 


1156 


8 


1441 


32 


2448 


27 


1543 


12 


2152 


3 


4815 


23 


1053 


34 


A-815 


9 


A-825 


19 


3263 


?9 


1232 


10 


3555 


33 


530 


1 


2957 


21 


1134 


15 


2786 


30 


2949 


1 


2733 


1 


5566 


5 



October 22, 1605 1906 

Name. Address. 

Hels, Wm 956 N. California avenue 

Hellyer, R. S 2094 38th street 

Hemmerli, Jacob 112 Madison street 

Hemming, N. A 1227 Belmont avenue 

Hempel, Chas . 509 N. Paulina street 

Hemstead, Geo 911 Sheffield avenue 

Henry, J. E. and Considine, John 521 W. Madison street 

Henry-, Jas 2644 Fifth avenue 

Henry, John 2007 W. Madison street 

Henry, Mrs. Kate 498 31st street 

Henry, Robt 777 Grand avenue 

Henry, Pat '6801 Centre avenue 

Henderson, M. R 1463 W. Polk street 

Hendricks, Jack 363 W. Randolph street 

Hendricks, Jack 352 Austin avenue 

Hendrickson, Peter 314 E. Division street 

Henman, D. J 860 W. North avenue 

Henn, A. and Gabler, J 3801 Morgan street 

Henn, A. and Gabler, J .930 37th place 

Henn, A. and Gabler, J. 1735 42d street 

Henn, A. and Gabler, J .4857 Bishop street 

Henn, Wm 100 W. Randolph street 

Henneberry, David 529 Halsted street 

Henneberry, M. T . 1115 Blue Island avenue 

Hennegan, John 113 39th street 

Hennessey, Thos 915 W. 51st street 

Hennig, Herm 169 Center street 

Henning, A. J 5859 Halsted street 

Henning, E 226 92d street 

Hennings, Chas 938 S. Western aven-ue 

Hennings, Fred C 2857 S. 40th court 

Hennings, Wm 305 Clybourn avenue 

Ifennum, L 233 N. Ashland avenue 

Henrichs, Chas. 61 W. Erie street 

Hensel, J. R 875 Fulton street 

Henseler, H 1076 S. Leavitt street 

Hentges, Theo. J 731 Southport avenue 

Hepner, Robt , 368 W. 12th street 

Herald, John 159 La Salle street 

Herbst, Aug., and Trompeter, F 123 S. Clark street 

Herbst, Aug., and Waldmann, S 195 E. Madison street 

Herdrich, F. H 127 E. Chicago avenue 

Herdrich, H. A. 169 E. Chicago avenue 

Herdrich, L. W 48 E. Chicago avenue 

Herget, Con . 102 W. 18th street 

Hering, Fred 719 W. Erie street 

Herlan, Ed 193 E. 22d street 

Herlan, Wm. F 2128 State street 

Herlihy, Dan 218 Halsted street 

Hermaun, Christine 611 N. Halsted street 



License No. 


Ward. 


4260 


28 


2037 


5 


926 


18 


567 


25 


4424 


15 


1360 


25 


A-917 


18 


5727 


2 


5449 


34 


5547 


4 


A-664 


14 


6063 


32 


5985 


13 


A-679 


18 


4147 


17 


323 


22 


2372 


15 


A-911 


5 


.A-696 


5 


A-684 


29 


A-685 


29 


1739 


18 


5866 


9 


4586 


12 


958 


30 


1902 


29 


3292 


23 


3113 


31 


697 


8 


4705 


12 


4123 


34 


A-669 


22 


A-336 


14 


1127 


17 


6265 


14 


1690 


12 


641 


24 


2073 


10 


547 


1 


315 


1 


A-33 


1 


1495 


22 


1744 


22 


1124 


22 


3904 


9 


4613 


14 


2988 


2 


6205 


1 


4648 


19 


A-716 


22 



(Vtobor 22. 



160C 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Herm«ii, Jos 373 W. 25th street 

Herman, Max 201 Washington street 

Hermann, Anton 1732 Sherman plaice 

Hermann, John 345 Clybourn avenue 

Hermanski, M • 8558 Superior avenue 

Herraansen, J 3858 State street 

Hermanson, S 1507 Elston avenue 

Hermestroff, M., and Stark, N 234 Madison street 

Hero, Alfred 105 88th street 

Herrmann, Chas 594 Sheffield avenue 

Herrmann, R. B 637 W. 13th street 

Herschman, Louis 3408 Archer aivenue 

Hertel Fred 4275 Milwaukee avenue 

Hertha, Mrs. Anna 3257 Wall street 

Hertrich, Chas 477 Milwaukee avenue 

Herzog, Franz. 1211 N. Halsted street 

Herzog, Geo 95 Clybourn place 

Herzoo-, Wm 72 N. Desplaines street 

Herzogi W 427 W. Van Buren street 

HeslipT Ed 253 N. Clark street 

Hess, B., and Baumann, B. C 294 S. Clark street 

Hess, Chas. W., Jr 52 Sheffield avenue 

Hess L. J 1^"^ ^^^'^ street 

Hesse, FrankL 1920 Wabash avenue 

Hesse, Henry 895 N. Western avenue 

Hester, Edward 136 S. Water street 

Hettinger, W. H .28 W. Division street 

Heuchling, Herm 1584 N. Clark street 

Heumos, Alois 4101 N. Clark street 

Heuser, Mrs. J 93 N. Ada street 

Hevrdejs, Jos 363 W. 20th place 

Hevrdejs, Jos 846 Allport street 

Hexter Ike 20 E. Madison street 

Heyman, D.' a! 6700 Jackson Park avenue 

Heyman, Harry 342 W. Randolph street 

Heyna, St 999 31st place 

jjg^el H 179 E. Ohio street 

Hicke'y, John*.'.'. v.". 1134 69th street 

Hickey, Jno., and Farrell, A 161 N. Paulina street 

Hickey, Jos 1650 W. 12th street 

Hickey R P 999 W. Madison street 

Hickey' T* . . '. ^^31 Halsted street 

Hiernoymous, A 

9th Fl Pullman Bldg., Adams and Michigan avenue 

Hight;Geo 5050 State street 

Hight, W.J 835 Root street 

Hiil, Chas. P 2449 N. 48th avenue 

660 N. Clark street 

259 Cleveland avenue 

Hildreth,r.B ^; ;::; 'l ;::'.. .43 Jackson boulevard 



Hill, Wm 

Hildebrand, Henry, 



License No. 


Ward. 


776 


12 


1480 


18 


807 


25 


3719 


23 


A-190 


8 


5554 


3 


587 


27 


6369 


1 


983 


8 


2409 


25 


5038 


10 


4313 


5 


1296 


27 


3943 


5 


2922 


17 


1200 


25 


63 


24 


A-570 


18 


3648 


20 


A-542 


21 


' 1922 


1 


3595 


23 


3251 


2 


5302 


1 


5672 


28 


925 


1 


2'.725 


16 


A-621 


25 


2504 


26 


5940 


18 


A-372 


10 


A-945 


10 


1685 


1 


4050 


7 


A-901 


18 


2497 


5 


4238 


21 


4757 


32 


4433 


14 


4379 


12 


5921 


20 


6246 


31 


1886 


1 


5810 


30 


4546 


30 


5298 


27 


662 


21 


3898 


23 


2178 


1 



October 22, 



1607 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Hilf, Ed 1489 N. California apv^enue 

Hilkman, Aug 123 Wells street 

Hildebrand, J 650 W. 21st street 

Hiller, Al 3101 Cottage Grove avenue 

Hiller, Jos 2126 Wabash avenue 

Hillinger, Ph 1357 Belmont avenue 

Hillmans, Edw. W. Hillman, 8ecj 112 State street 

Hillstrom, David 1641 N. Clark street 

Hilt, Peter 1374 Lincoln avenue 

Hines, J 7600 Greenwood avenue 

Hinkamp, F. J 5452 Lake avenue 

Hinrichs, Wm - 546 W. Chicago avenue 

Hippchen, P. J 399 Larrabee street 

Hirseh, H. R 679 Fulton street 

Hirsch, Herman 3000 S. Canal street 

Hjarsen, Otto A. P 657 N. Western avenue 

Hladovec, Jos., and Malezan, V 1836 Ogden avenue 

Hladny, R 896 W. Madison street 

Hlaftur, John : 13530 Ontairio avenue 

Hlava, B 1574 W. 22d street 

Hlava, Chas. . . .* 1188 S. Homan avenue 

Hlavacek, Frank 776 Loomis street 

Hlavacek, J 52 Emma street 

Hlavka, Jos 835 S. Ashland avenue 

Hlaivaty, F 014 W\ 26th street 

Hobson, A. J 17 E. 26th street 

Hobson, A. J., and Brolette, A 55 River street 

Hochner, Jos 1491 Milwaukee avenue 

Hochstetter, J 7838 Stony Island avenue 

Hodnett, W. F 1447 Armitage avenue 

Hoefle, Leo 1500 S. 44th avenue 

Hoegeman, Wm 338 Dearborn street 

Hoeger, Mrs. E 730 Lincoln avenue 

Hoehn, Chas. H 214 North avenue 

tloUerich, John 186 Washburn i^jvenue 

Hoelschet, Fred 615 S. Paulina street 

Hoeni, John 814 E. Belmont avenue 

Hoerdt, L 2 E. Belmont avenue 

Hoerger, Wm 3247 S. Morgan street 

Hoey, John T 284 W. Madison street 

Hofbrau, The, R. Ostenrieder, Mgr 118 Monroe street 

Hoff, John 660 Halsted street 

Hoff, John D 479 Milwaukee avenue 

Hoff, Mat 148 Willow street 

Hoffart, John 86 W. North avenue 

Hoffman, Andrew 45 Fay street 

Hoffman, Fred 127 La Salle street 

Hoffman, Frank 1083 N. Halsted street 

Hoffman, Jos 754 W. 17th street 

Hoffman, M 1139 Milwaukee avenue 



License No. Ward. 



1720 


28 


942 


22 


4591 


11 


1829 


2 


5714 


1 


5892 


25 


2783 


1 


3922 


25 


6178 


26 


4992 


33 


1225 


7 


196 


15 


4909 


22 


3125 


14 


1749 


4 


A-681 


15 


A-98 


34 


355 


20 


2590 


8 


1544 


12 


A- 150 


12 


910 


10 


294 


17 


2966 


11 


1578 


12 


A-692 


2 


3020 


1 


A-847 


28 


430 


33 


2016 


27 


3499 


34 


4199 


1 


5098 


24 


3732 


22 


2869 


10 


5720 


11 


5926 


26 


1988 


26 


146 


4 


5141 


18 


1502 


1 


5192 


9 


A-96 


17 


4250 


M 


6267 


16 


337 


17 


3262 


1 


2566 


23 


2781 


11 


1091 


16 



Oetobor 22, 1608 

Name. Address. 

HoflFninii, P. L 986 W. 13th street 

Hoffman, Sam 3265 Archer avenue 

Hofmann, Geo 637 N. ftamlin avenue 

Hof mann Geo 102 N. California avenue 

Hoffman,' St 863 N. Clark street 

Hofmann, John .'. 7514 Dobson avenue 

Hof mei&ter, Henry 936 N. Halsted street 

Hogan, Dan 2114 W. 12th street 

Hogan, Geo 23 S. Desplaines street 

Ho^an, M 4368 N. Clark street 

Hogan! Malachy 27 Quincy street 

Hogan, Tho.s. J 662 12th street 

jjocrcr, Geo. L 4169 Halsted street 

Hohlbein, Jas 650 W. Madison street 

Hokens, A., and Strand, A 2376 115th street 

Holeman, Rose • • 8914 Green Bay avenue 

Holek, F. M 106 De Koven street 

Holfeid, Hy.' E 694 Wells street 

Holg, Chas 2562 Halsted street 

Holland, Fred 278 Wabash avenue 

Holloran, John 121 Orleans street 

Hollowed, J 39 E. Adams street 

Holly, M 1380 W. Harrison street 

Holly, Pat 1274 W. Van Buren street 

Holmes, John 1319 Ogden avenue 

Holmes, M 3701 Lowe avenue 

Holmstrom, C 932 W. 20th street 

Holohan, Chas 745 N. Robey street 

Holohan, M 1615 W. North avenue 

Holohan, M 8 Dock street 

Hoist, Peter, and Engels, G. A...... 258 W. Erie street 

Holter, P., and Hansen, M 28 N. 48th avenue 

Holtz, Wm. C 380 S. Western avenue 

Holub, Anton 122 W. Randolph street 

Holub, Frank 437 W. 18th street 

Holzapfel, Mrs. H 562 W. Division street 

Home Catering Co., Geo. B. Weaver, Pres. . . .175 E. Adams 

street 

Hommel, Frank 270 Hudson avenue 

Honsa, John 671 Throop street 

Honsik, Jos. T 1152 St. Louis avenue 

Hookanson, N. J 1737 N. Clark street 

Hoover, E. B 2381 Kensington avenue 

Hapfner, Chas 262 Clybourn avenue 

Hopkins, R.H 1935 State street 

Hopkinson, John G 1861 Harrison street 

Hopp, Alois 4701 S. Robey street 

Hopp, Eman 1956 W. 47th street 

Hoppe, A 3658 S. Wood street 



1906 



License No. 


Ward. 


655 


11 


A-308 


5 


A-794 


35 


A-795 


14 


5214 


23 


3574 


33 


2509 


23 


1933 


34 


4055 


18 


748 


25 


4170 


1 


3745 


11 


3486 


30 


A- 199 


20 


4292 


33 


5232 


8 


6109 


19 


3738 


2(3 


2466 


4 


1460 


1 


2367 


2i2 


2150 


1 


3997 


13 


2987 


13 


1813 


12 


6172 


5 


608 


12 


2208 


15 


A-371 


27 


2912 


1- 


A- 5 GO 


17 


4045 


35 


6112 


20 


2709 


18 


1132 


10 


1131 


15 


A-562 


1 


A-298 


23 


5999 


10 


2801 


12 


519 


25 


4907 


33 


6307 


2(2 


2849 


1 


2033 


13 


A-929 


29 


5060 


29 


2560 


5 



October 22, 1609 1906 

' Name. Address. License No. Ward. 

Hoppe, Chas ..;.... 843 Elston avenue 

Hoppenrath, M . 284 Augusta street 

Horan, Edw *. . . . 255 Halsted street 

Horan, J. L 669 W. Van Buren street 

Horan, Jno. J. and White, J. M 290 S. Halsted street 

Horky, Jos 1268 W. 20th street 

Horn, H. J 13357 Indiana avenue 

Horn, J. C. and Ha,ll, F. M 13503 Erie avenue 

Horn, J. C. and Taggart, 9168 Harbor avenue 

Horn, Wm 27 Erie street 

Hornburg, Chas 2749 W. 43d street 

Horrie, Chas. R 52 State street 

Horrigan, Jas : .... 531 Austin avenue 

Hornung, John 547 Dickson street 

Hotchkiss, Chas 1608 W. Madison street 

Hottinger, Jos 8530 Vincennes road 

Houlahan, J. J 125 W. 43d street 

Houlihan, Pat 8034 Parnell avenue 

Houseman, F. and Michelson, M 784 W. Madison street 

Houska, Jos 76 Ashland street 

Houston, J 3958 State street 

Hoven, Tillie 483 Wellg street 

Hovorka, Ed. and John 55 Fisk street, 

Hradecky, Frank S 2058 W. 5l3t street 

Hrdalo, Nick 132 W. Madison street 

Hronek, John 1315 W. 18th street 

Hrubec, John 1834 W. 51st street 

Hruby, A 1239 S. Troy street 

Hruby, Karel ^ 70 Fisk street 

Hruska, Jos 4741 S. Loomis street 

Hubel, Phil 2243 Wentworth avenue 

Huber, Gust 4801 Loomis street 

Hubert, Jos. and Miller Wm 312 E. 22d street 

Hubka, Anton 749 Halsted street 

Huchthausen, B 22 Lomax place 

Huck, Frank 6456 Morgan street 

Hudson, John T 603 31st street 

Huebner, Gust 711 W. 21st street 

Huebner, Herm '. 1107 California; avenue 

Huebner, Wm 6600 State street 

Hueske, Gust 140 92d street 

Huff, Fred 4103 Archer avenue 

Huf nagel, A 1203 W. North avenue 

Hughes, Jas 51 Madison street 

Hughes, M 1501 W. 63d street 

Hughes, M 3800 Halsted street 

Hughes, Pat 430 Dearborn street 

Hughes, P. A 152 35th street 

Hughes, Steve 274 E. 35th street 

Hug, A. and Albright, W 1 102 N. Branch street 



3765 


16 


5814 


15 


4064 


19 


A-381 


20 


4397 


19 


A- 644 


12 


3243 


33 


A-521 


8 


4155 


8 


1305 


22 


4549 


29 


684 


1 


159 


14 


4047 


16 


1711 


13 


4116 


32 


3624 


30 


2491 


32 


5120 


20 


4007 


12 


671 


30 


5058 


21 


1537 


10 


2771 


29 


A-22 


IS 


4122 


12 


4134 


29 


2260 


12 


A-947 


10 


717 


29 


148 


4 


2289 


29 


A-791 


1 


4727 


9 


3710 


1 


3952 


32 


A-941 


4 


2735 


11 


3688 


12 


2697 


32 


6145 


8 


A-31 


29 


2129 


27 


108 


18 


A-557 


31 


277 


5 


A-950 


1 


2850 


3 


4892 


3 


A-398 


22 



October 22, 



1610 



1906 



Name. • Address. 

Huo^o Robt 3105 Grand avenue 

Hulin, Frank 4511 Wentworth avenue 

Huhn, Gust 921 W. 71st street 

Ilumbold. Gus 22 E. Polk street 

Hummitzch, F. E 361 W. Polk street 

Hundrisser, Chas 148 Bissell street 

Hunkeler, Alois 149 S. Clinton street 

Hunnerbein, W. L 458 47tli street 

Hunsacker, A. J 82 Washington street 

Hunsino-er Mrs. W. F 1203 Lincoln avenue 

Hunt Ed 259 Clybourn avenue 

Hunt', F. and Meyers, Wm 4036 State street 

Hunt, Frank 151 Canal street 

Hunt, Rudolph 6923 Stony Island avenue 

Hunt Wm 4758 Lafiin street 

Hunter, J. W 365 5th avenue 

Huppeler, Wm. H 110 Washington street (basm't) 

Hurley, M. J 1211 W. 47th street 

Hurley, Robt. M 3726 Archer avenue 

Hurt, Jos 963 W. 19th street 

Hurtig, Aug 121 W, 22d street 

Hurst, Jas 1718 Armitage avenue 

Hurst Jno 91 Blue Island avenue 

Huseby, Axel 634 N. Humboldt street 

Huska, S 239 N. Springfield avenue 

Hussey, Edw • 1219 W. 16th street 

Hust Auo- 308 Racine avenue 

Hust' Henry 735 35th street 

Huttner, B. J 116 W. Madison street 

Huttner, Ben. J 104 E. Van Buren street 

Hynes, E. J 542 S. 48th avenue 

Hynes' Mike 2101 Archer avenue 

Hynes, Pat 1253 W. 47th street 

Hybl, Joseph 1024 W. 18th street 

Hynek, Jerry 586 Laflin street 

laccheri, P 441 W. Taylor street 

Idzelevicz, Iv 999 34th place 

Iglewski, Jos 620 Elston avenue 

Ihde, Wm 792 S. Halsted street 

Her D. W 18 S. Clark street 

- Illinois Club, A. N. Marquis, Pres. ... 154 Ashland boulevard 

Imbiorski, Jos 74 Emma street 

Imgruet, Jos 9463 Cottage Grove avenue 

Ingrisch, Jos 2311 Wentworth avenue 

Inman, S. C 889 Ogden avenue 

Inskip, Ed 877 W. 14th street 

International Hotel Co., Inc., Max Terchr, Treas., 266 Clark st. 

Inter State Hotel Co., E. Criley, Le^^ington Hotel 

22d and Michigan avenue 

lossa, Peter* 181 E. 19th street 



License No. 


Ward. 


6088 


27 


3371 


30 


3556 


32 


5829 


1 


A-18 


19 


512 


23 


1287 


18 


316 


30 


4923 


1 


2999 


2Q 


4507 


22 


3350 


30 


1039- 


18 


929 


7 


6083 


29 


4198 


1 


260 


1 


5668 


29 


A- 14 


5 


1016 


12 


3173 


9 


3377 


27 


1969 


!9 


4103 


28 


544 


35 


4256 


12 


3451 


25 


278 


5 


4141 


18 


2365 


'1 


3533 


35 


1747' 


1 


6131 


20 


1149 


12 


6053 


10 


1971 


19 


1532 


5 


2541 


16 


103 


9 


2201 


1 


5437 


20 


2878 


17 


3056 


33 


3750 


4 


2005 


12 


3578 


11 


1431 


1 


4732 


1 


1015 


1 



October 22, 



IGll 



190a 



Name. Address, 

Irondale Buffet Co., F. J. Kohn, Pres.. 10900 Torrence ave. 

Isaacson, Chas. A 562 E. 108th street 

Ischinger, Chas 476 Fulton street 

Ivanich, John 3162 Ashland avenue 

Iwaskiewicz, O 3347 Morgan street 

Iwaskiewicz, R. S 3342 Fisk street 

Izzard, Jas 2344 Cottage Grove avenue 

Jackson, A. 2936 State street 

Jackson, C 298 W. Lake street 

Jackson Catering Co., The, J. J. Doherty, Sec 

5556 Lake avenue 

Jackson Hotel Co., Inc., Wm. Hogan, Pres.. 166 Halsted street 

Jackson, John . 124 N. Crawford avenue 

Jackson, Wm. E 1988 W. Lake street 

Jacobs, Fred 479 W. Lake street 

Jacobs, John 125 Clybourn avenue 

Jacobs, S 83 Clybourn avenue 

Jacobs, S . 1331/2 W. Madison street 

Jacobs, Sarah 1545 State street 

Jacobs, Sam IGl Milwaukee avenue 

Jacek, Al 278 Wabansia avenue 

Jacob, A 1429 State street 

Jacob, John G 2160 W. 26th street 

Jacob, L. H 1609 Lincoln avenue 

Jacob, Ph 3600 Dearborn street 

Jacobsen, H 517 California avenue 

Jacobson, Gus 675 W. Lake street 

Jacobson, John 780 N. Artesian avenue 

Jacobson, John M 901 N. Washtenaw avenue 

Jacobson, M. & L 120 5th avenue 

Jacobson, M. J. . . : 261 Maxwell street 

Jacobson, W^, and Blumenthal, Sam 435 State street 

Jacobson, W 196 E. Madison street 

Jacques, Geo 3545 W. 51st street 

Jacques, M 3387 Ridge avenue 

Jaeger, Chas 334 E. North avenue 

Jaeger, Fred. . • 321 Sheffield avenue 

Jaeger, H., and Kecher, D 93 Dearborn street 

Jaeger, J. P 3101 Evanston avenue 

Jaeger, -John C 4239 S. Wood street 

Jaeger, Phillip 173 N. Clark street 

Jaekel, Chas 918 W. 13'th street 

Jaffke, A. . W 645 W. 15th street 

Jagla, Frank 1060 Diversey boulevard 

Jagla, Frank 191 E. Fullerton avenue 

Jahn, Herman 2012 Dearborn street 

Jahnsraueller, F 135 Wood street 

Jakubowski, J 7 McHenry street 

Jamm, John M 1021 N. Clark street 



License No. Ward. 



3063 


8 


A-557 


8 


1140 


18 


3861 


5 


2043 


5 


4878 


5 


4339 


2 


2076 


2 


6200 


18 


5072 


7 


4867 


18 


5321 


13 


1238 


34 


4071 


18 


4295 


22 


3308 


22 


A-221 


18 


A-52,9 


1 


5466 


17 


A-444 


16 


4153 


1 


2951 


34 


3078 


26 


4041 


3 


A-462 


15 


A-292 


14 


1202 


15 


1175 


28 


3052 


1 


1766 


11 


3110 


1 


3345 


1 


2761 


29 


3725 


26 


A-777 


22 


1549 


24 


2122 


1 


1114 


25 


5910 


29 


A- 9 


21 


6106 


11 


1514 


11 


A-579 


24 


3946 


24 


3491 


1 


290 


22 


3171 


16 


1227 


23 



October 22, 1612 t , 

Name. Address. 

Janroz A 13454 Erie avenue 

Jaiias A 39G W. Chicago avenue 

Janda, Vac 988 S. Albany avenue 

Jankowski, Ad 984 W. 21st street 

Jnadrzejewski, P 139 W. Chicago avenue 

Janecko, M 3133 Wall street 

Jandecka, John 1356 W. 21st street 

Jankowski, Jos 913 N. Robey street 

Janosky, John 555 N. Clark street* 

Janoto, Chas 615 S. Loomis street 

Janowiak, John 107 Cleaver street 

Janowicz, Dom 105 Cleaver street 

Janowicz, Jos 8656 Commercial avenue 

Jans, Chas. L 472 Thomas street 

Jansen, Henry 910 Armitage avenue 

Jansz, John, Jr 1217 N. Halsted street 

j^j,og -p 4107 S. Ashland avenue 

Jaros! Jos.'.V.'.V 590 W. 18th street 

Jarosz, John 353 N. Carpenter street 

Jasinski, Anton 617 W. Belmont avenue 

Jasinski A 744 W. Belmont avenue 

Jasinksi' Wm' 119 W. Division street 

Jaskowiak, St 680 Noble street 

Jasnock, Nick 1820 W. 48th street 

Jasper, Gus 20 Dearborn street 

Jaud, John 159 Wells street 

Jawadzki, John 163 Blackhawk street 

Jaworski, J 8800 Houston avenue 

Jaworski, W 106 Cleaver street 

J J -p _ 741 Armitage avenue 

Jaynes, I.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' .'.'.'.'•' ■ 5550 Lake avenue 

Jazwiec, S 1203 B3d court 

Jech, Frank 951 51st street 

Jeomen, Vae 663 W. 19th street 

Jedlicka, Albert 1223 S. Oalifornia avenue 

Jedlowski, Joe 3620 Paulina street 

jeien W ^ *89 N. Branch street 

Jedlicka, Gus 628 Centre avenue 

Jelinek, Jos 835 Blue Island avenue 

Jelonak, S 705 S. Halsted sree 

-r 1 T- A ^^T .137 Wells street 

Jende, Fred W ■''' ' . ^ ^ 

1 -n 1 . . 7.72 Loomis street 
Janecek, Frank '-' ^ 

^ . , T T,« 742 Loomis street 

Jenicek, John 

T . .'.1001 W. 59th street 
Jennen, Jos • 

Jennings, D 2138 Armitage avenue 

Jennings, Thos. and Jno 196 Wells street 

^xT „ -c. 121 Semmary avenue 

Jenmngs, Wm. 1 „,/-,. 4. 

^ . rr T ..89 S. Halsted street 

Jennings, T. J "^ 

, %, „ 905 Otto street 

Jensch, Chas 



1906 



License No. 


Ward. 


478 


8 


4434 


17 


3830 


12 


2804 


12 


4832 


17 


1634 


4 


4948 


12 


2426 


28 


756 


21 


774 


10 


3924 


16 


5048 


16 


376 


8 


4562 


15 


349 


28 


5016 


25 


A-807 


29 


4754 


10 


1946 


17 


A-747 


27 


5435 


27 


3720 


17 


3437 


16 


5012 


29 


2 


1 


370 


22 ■ 


A-32 


22 


847 


8 


4604 


16 


878 


28 


510 


7 


A-259 


27 


1940 


29 


• 5998 


11 


A- 120 


12 


A-836 


5 


A-470 


22 


3704 


10 


3740 


11 


2796 


9 


185 


22 


A-502 


10 


6380 


10 


4259 


31 


2294 


27 


3681 


21 


4620 


24 


389 


18 


6138 


26 



October 22, 



1613 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Jensen, Andrew 1559 North avenue 

Jensen, C. H 3700 Wentworth avenue 

Jensen, Chas. M., and Johnson, Louis. . .3257 N". Clark street 

Jeschke, B 2935 Throop street 

Jesse, John 2841 Archer avenue 

Jestram, Wm 5621 State street 

Jevne & Co., C .,Inc., 0. C. Erieson, P. & T..110 Madison street 

Jezek, Chas . 693 May street 

Jieha, Frank 692 W. 26th street 

Jirikowic, Jos 1824 47th street 

Jiruska, A. F 1354 W. 18th street 

Jock, L 238 E. 25th place 

Johnson, Aug. 89 E. 22d street 

Johnson, Aug 2091 47th street 

Johnson, Aug 125 Chjicago avenue 

Johnson, Al 658 N. Maplewood avenue 

Johnson, A. G 1525 Armitage avenue 

Johnson, A. L 295 Orleans street 

Johnson, A. M 43 E. Chicago avenue 

Johnson, C 106 Oak street 

Johnson, C. L. 96 N. Centre avenue 

Johnson, Chas 5701 Carpenter street 

Johnson, Chas. J 3204 Wentworth avenue 

Johnson, Chas. W 752 W. Harrison street 

Johnson, E 141 W. Huron street 

Johnson, E 316 Austin avenue 

Johnson, F. T 13301 Erie avenue 

Johnson, Frank 7036 Cottage Grove avenue 

Johnson, Geo 50 S. Halsted street 

Johnson, Geo., and Woods, B. W..3033 Cottage Grove avenue 

Johnson, Geo. J 2680 Grand avenue 

Johnson, Herm 775 W. North avenue 

Johnson, J. A 246 E. 30th street 

Johnson, Mrs. Jno 8701 Buffalo avenue 

Johnson, Jul. V 221 W, Division street 

Johnson, N 3701 Cottage Grove avenue 

Johnson, Ole . . . , 140 W. Huron street 

Johnson, Peter ; . . . 146 E.Chdcago avenue 

Johnson, T. E 3000 Dearborn street 

Johnson, -W .C 188 W. Madison street (basement) 

Johnston & Hunt, Inc., Chas. Lange, Pres...224 Milwaukee av. 
Johnston & Hunt, Chas. Lange, Pres . . 392 Milwaukee avenue 

Johnston, C. A 328 E. Division street 

Joham, Jos 9216 Harbor avenue 

Joham & Co., Wm., Inc 9214 Harbor avenue 

Johannessen, K 1139 N. Western avenue 

Johansen, D 1986 N. Ashland avenue 

Johanson, L. Johan 1819 N. Clark street 

Jonas, Chas 687 Milwaukee avenue 



License No, 


Ward. 


1258 


27 


5260 


3 


5234 


26 


5178 


4 


1550 


4 


2354 


7 


6086 


1 


4126 


10 


A-433 


34 


4699 


29 


4516 


12 


2366 


4 


783 


2 


3584 


35 


4407 


22 


4177 


. 15 


3228 


27 


4239 


22 


955 ■ 


22 


725 


22 


3778 


17 


2764 


31 


3787 


3 


4873 


20 


3888 


17 


3866 


17 


A-345 


8 


1465 


7 


2910 


18 


6334 


2 


1734 


27 


5229 . 


28 


5086 


2 


420 


8 


192 


15 


4167 


3 


2815 


17 


3167 


22 


115 


2 


5519 


18 


4972 


17 


4973 


17 


1351 


22 


2102 


8 


5522 


8 


3480 


28 


4186 


26 


A-110 


26 


889 


17 



Clotobor 22, 



1614 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Jones. E., and Nelson, J. C 567 State street 

Jones Henry 5532 Lake avenue 

Jones, Minor T 175 E. Jackson street 

Jones P. J 634 W. Ohio street 

Jones Rov 2035 Armour avenue 

Jones', T. 0., and O'Connor, J. L 1320 W. 12th street 

Jonaites, Chas 3355 Morgan street 

Jonaitis, Peter J 3240 S. Halsted street 

Jonos, Jos 118 Pleasant place 

Jordan, Chas 358 Barry avenue 

Jordon, Herm 13304 Erie avenue 

Jordon, Wm 325 43d street 

Jorgensen, H 88 E. Washington street 

Joro-enson, And 5125 Wentworth avenue 

Jorgenson, L. B 2247 W. Madison street 

Joritz, Herm 947 W. 31st street 

Jors Chas 159 Southport avenue 

Joseph, Jos • . . .3357 State street 

Joseph, N 1621 Wabash avenue 

Jost, August 80 Dayton street 

Jovaisras, P., and Gimberis, A 3465 S. Morgan street 

Joyce, Jas 1334 W. Van Buren street 

Joyce,' Jas 5401 Morgan street 

Joyce, J. M 521 Homan avenue 

Joyce, M. H 390 31st street 

Joyce, Mike 1301 State street 

Joyce, Peter 66 E. Division street 

Jozefowicz, L. F 135 Front street 

Jucewicz, A 4527 Paulina street 

Judairtos, Geo 640 Canal street 

Juergens, A. B 3944 Wentworth avenue 

Juhlin, Chas 344 E. Division street 

Juhnke, Herman 357 W. Erie street 

Jung, F. G 103 W. 22d street 

Jung, John J 915 W. 71st street 

Jung, Tony 183 E. North avenue 

Jungknecht, Pobt 3154 Milwaukee avenue 

Jurewicz, M 3235 Hervey street 

Juricek S 31 Cornelia street 

Jussewitsch, E. W 651 W. 21st street 

Kane, Frank J 1300 Waba,sh avenue 

Kane B - 309 Loomis street 

Kanei M.'.V.V .'."..* 914 71st street 

Kane, M 3035 S. Clark street 

Kaufman, A. and Koch, A 72 E. Randolph street 

Kaufman, H 820 Austin avenue 

Kaufman, H 1936 Archer avenue 

Katz, Jos 291 Clark street 

Katz, Sam ! 81 Wells street 



License No. 


Ward. 


2865 


1 


3384 


7 


A-789 


1 


5612 


14 


794 


1 


4643 


13 


A-790 


5 


A-924 


4 


2950 


28 


1552 


24 


5436 


8 


2840 


30 


2105 


1 


A-318 


30 


868 


34 


4000 


4 


3403 


24 


1780 


3 


2312 


1 


A-694 


22 


A-192 


5 


3529 


13 


4494 


29 


4417 


13 


1781 


2 


118 


1 


1622 


22 


1269 


17 


4742 


29 


3668 


9 


535 


2 


518 


22 


175 


17 


3114 


9 


5107 


32 


3081 


23 


1289 


28 


138 


16 


762 


17 


1056 


12 


6023 


1 


6192 


19 


4666 


32 


6032 




3665 




2055 


14 


5954 




5989 




5769 


22 



October -22, 



1615 



1900 



Name. ' Address. 

Kabat, Otto 333 N. Wood street 

Kacena, Jos. Jr 1458 S. 41st court 

Kacker, Fred 586 W. North avenue 

Kaczmarck, Peter 4827 Winchester avenue 

Kadoch, J. and Horejs, T 196 E. Van Buren street 

Kadoch, Jos 1300 Whipple street 

Kaecke, Wm. F 4201 Emerald avenue 

Kaeding, Fritz 829' Milwaukee avenue 

Kaeding, Hy 688 N. Wood street 

Kaeding, Jno. and Hy 227 S. Canal street 

Kaehler, Hans 221 Lincoln avenue 

Kaeseberg, Robt . 549 Wells street 

Kaeser, A. 481 Humboldt street 

Kafka, H 743 S. Loomis street 

Kagels, Chas. F 581 W. 13th street 

Kahn, Max 6158 Morgan street 

Kahoun, Frank 46 Burlington street 

Kahuda, Thos 2956 Elston avenue 

Kaindl, S • • 1050 W. Chicago avenue 

Kainz, Anton 2634 Cottage Grove avenue 

Kaiser, A. E 46 Cleveland avenue 

Kaiser, Anton 157 Randolph street 

Kaiser, Gust 210 Wells street 

Kolacek, John 1313 Spaulding avenue 

Kalaczynski, Leon 847 N. Ashland avenue 

Kalal, Frank 127 W. 16th street 

Kalas, John.- ' . . . .606 Milwaukee avenue 

Kalata, Wm 4558 Laflin street 

Kalb, D 307 N. Kedzie avenue 

Kalb, Mrs. H 777 K Mozart street 

Kalb, M. J 1159 W. Chicago avenue 

Kaleth, Paul 184 Hervey street 

Kalina, Frank 325 26th street 

Kalinowski, John 1039 Whipple street 

Kalisch, F 162 W. Chicago avenue 

Kalisz, Frank 32 E. Superior street 

Kallas, Frank ; • • • -257 W. Huron street 

Kallenborn, J. B 5159 Bishop street 

Kallenborn, Mrs. M 4859 Justine street 

Kallish, A • 671 W. Polk street 

Kallner, B. S 296 S. Clark street 

Kalma, Wm 1091 Lincoln avenue 

Kalman, D 9300 Cottage Grove avenue 

Kalthoff, F 1285 N. Clark street 

Kalus, F. J 984 W. 19th street 

Kaminacky, E. R 3217 Elston avenue 

Kaminski, Frank 709 W. 18th place 

Kaminski, L 1159 Western avenue 

Kammerer, Aug 3900 Armour avenue 

Kammerer, John N 165 E. Fullerton avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


4967 


15 


2782 


34 


3324 


15 


2611 


29 


3098 


1 


778 


12 


2724 


30 


2332 


16 


1614 


16 


1616 


18 


4065 


^3 


4610 


21 


1565 


27 


863 


10 


3746 


10 


4009 


31 


3155 


9 


5917 


27 


2026 


15 


3394 


2 


5858 


22 


542 


1 


A-605 


21 


A-774 


12 


A-498 


16 


2475 


9 


3585 


17 


4492 


29 


822 


14 


3173 


28 


2442 


14 


2452 


16 


4298 


12 


3810 


12 


338 


17 


887 


22 


4863 


17 


3575 


29 


2778 


29 


2149 


20 


2060 


1 


5368 


. 26 


6148 


33 


854 


25 


2266 


12 


243 


27 


2009 


11 


3596 


12 


4707 


30 


3602 


24 



October 22, 



1616 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Kammerer, Otto. 2223 N. Western avenue 

Kaniykowski, F 4507 Marshfield avenue 

Kan, R. 384 Blue Island avenue 

Kandlik, Jacob 1894 Milwaukee avenue 

Kanlig, Ernst 64 Mohawk street 

Kanney, Louis 213 W. Randolph street 

Kanta, Joseph 506 26th street 

Kantak, Frank 348 N. May street 

Kanter, Max 2400 Wabash avenue 

Kantner, Tony 1647 N. Washtenaw avenue 

Kaplan, 1 483 S. Jefferson street 

Kaplan, I. S 2458 State street 

Kaplan, I. S 4:501 Wentworth avenue 

Kappeler, Aug 1 W. 21st place 

Kappes, Chas 792 W. Lake street 

Kapsa, Jos. J 315 Johnson street 

Kapsimales, John 321 S. Halsted street 

Karas, Frank 1118 S. Whipple street 

Karasek, A 4545 Gross avenue 

Karedis, Grus 86 Blue Island avenue 

Karel Vac 778 Allport street 

Karetskis, Paul 758 123d street 

Karg, Anna 1161 W. North avenue 

Karkasis, Gregor 332 Halsted street 

Karl, Geo 2328 12th street 

Karlsberg, Max 1255 Wabash avenue 

Karnowski, M 2 McHenry street 

Karnuth, Ad 208 Armitage avenue 

Karnuth, Otto 493 N. Wood street 

Karolewski, R 156 W. Chicago avenue 

Karsten, Chr 1971 Armitage avenue 

Karthauser, Nic 3543 Ridge avenue 

Karuhn, E. C 4400 Washtenaw avenue 

Kaxvanek, A 5133 S. Robey street 

Kasal, Alois 572 W. 19th street 

Kaschagen, F. W 279 N. State street 

Kasky, Alb 165 N. Sacramento avenue 

Kaspszyk, Geo 8468 Commercial avenue 

Kastner, John J 915 S. Leavitt street 

Katham, J 5506 Lake avenue 

Katzambis, John 4147 Halsted street 

Kau, Henry 163 Adams street 

Kavanagh, John 8952 Commercial avenue 

Kavanagh, P 9110 Harbor avenue 

Kavanagh, P. H 9001 Commercial avenue 

Kavanaugh, H. and Moran, W. J 402 E. 39th street 

Kavanaugh, M 3818 Halsted street 

Kavanaughs Sons, D. 136 E. Van Buren street 

Kay, H 10112 Vincennes avenue 

Kazmierski, John 8400 Buffalo avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


6332 


27 


A-206 


29 


631 


10 


708 


28 


A-108 


■•22 


2519 


18 


325 


12 


3553 


17 


5133 


2 


2031 


27 


5758 


9 


A-675 


2 


A-467 


30 


590 


9 


5937 


14 


5489 


9 


3087 


19 


444 


12 


2049 


29 


6359 


19 


1535 


lO 


4454 


33 


4255 


27 


6333 


j9 


3747 


34 


5211 


1 


A-256 


16 


4868 


16 


2655 


15 


3151 


17 


1090 


21 


6005 


26 


A-514 


29 


A-273 


29 


A-773 


U 


A-866 


21 


4782 


• 4 


82 


8 


4004 


12 


597 


7 


2435 


30 


928 


1 


506 


8 


1755 


8 


1751 


8 


A-218 


3 


5799 


5 


1363 


1 


3886 


32 


A-563 


S 



October 22, 



1617 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Kazmierski, W • 1178 N. Leavitt street 

Kayrevitcli, Geo. and Woisville, W 152 W. 18th street 

Keane, J. T. and Smedberg, F 112 5th avenue 

Keane' J. T. and Smedberg, F 197 Wabash avenue 

Keane, W. H 5512 Halsted street 

Kearns, Jas 2499 W. Lake .street 

Kearns, Jas. T 4337 Halsted street 

Keating, Ed 1232 75th street 

Keating, M 1371 W, 12th street 

Keber, Thos 2350 W. 50th street 

Keck,'oscar 252 E. North avenue 

Keegan, J. and P. H 1957 W. Madison street 

Keegan, P. H. and Jas 2501 W. Madison street 

Keegan, P. H. and Jas 2502 W. Madison steret 

Keenan, M. J 382 Austin avenue 

Keenan, Thos. C 3600 Union avenue 

g;eff jac 2610 S. Park avenue 

Kehl, Chas. S . . 118 Eandolph street 

Keigher, F. B 718 W. Erie street 

Keilbach, Theo 2700 Cottage Grove avenue 

Keiner H • 5317 Halsted street 

Keipinger, N 94 W. Adams street 

Kelley, B 2267 Whipple street 

Kelly, Mrs. B 101 Hickory avenue 

Kellyi Chas. E -911 S. Western avenue 

Kelly, E. J -246 E. Chicago avenue 

Kelly, J. W 3430 S. Halsted street 

Kellyi Jas -422 26th street 

Kelly, Jos 2206 W. I2th street 

Kelly] L 684 W. Ohio street 

Kelly, Mike 170 Custom House place 

Kelly, M. J 3201 S. Halsted street 

Kelly, P. H 10401 Avenue L 

Kelly, P. J 1351 N. California, avenue 

Kelly, Pat'k 499 Grand avenue 

Kelly, Thos 4]20 State street 

Kelly, Thos. J 19 N. State street 

Kelly, Wm •• 17 N. Clark street 

Kelly, Wm 602 W. Taylor street 

Kelde'nich, A ..197 Wells street 

Keleher, John J 204 W. Madison street 

Keller, C. F 832 W. Lake street 

Keller, Gus 403 W. Randolph street 

Keller] Jos 930 W. 22d street 

Keller, Leo 1243 W. Lake street 

Kells, Wm . . 2474 W. Harrison street 

Kempczynski, A 4852 Throop street 

Kemper, E 1732 Hoyne avenue 

Kemnitz, Fred 7857 Woodlawn avenue 

Kemper, Fred 621 N. Clark street 



License No. 


Ward. 


A-163 


28 


2679 


9 


4456 


1* 


4457 


1 


3346 


31 


2053 


35 


5932 


30 


4985 


33 


865 


13 


2485 


29 


1443 


22 


545 


13 


2158 


35 


2159 


35 


2873 


17 


2717 


5 


3557 


2 


150 


1 


4806 


14 


1828 


2 


3028 


30 


1803 


18 


1571 


27 


4306 


22 


3829 


12 


1303 


2> 


2960 


5 


5679 


4 


2888 


34 


. 6204 


14 


5201 


1 


A-66 


4 


A-220 


8 


4440 


28 


3205 


14 


3131 


30 


A-410 


21 


A-934 


21 


5753 


11 


2125 


22 


5459 


18 


4419 


14 


1058 


18 


1037 


11 


1013 


14 


5456 


34 


3245 


20 


4395 


20 


1154 


33 


1750 


21 



(V'tober 22, 



1618 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Kendall, Shelton B 64 Dayton street 

Kenefick, J. and Bohan, J 47 Clark street 

Keniry, M 735 'SStla. street 

Kenkel, H 496 W. 27tb street 

Kenna , M 279 S. Clark street 

Kenna, M 300 S. Clark street 

Kennedy, A 387 35th street 

Kennedy, Elizabeth and Robinson, M 55 Wells street 

Kennedy, Frank E 6325 S. Park avenue 

Kennedy, Mrs. J 3759 Wallace street 

Kennedy, John 396 39th street 

Kennedy, John 3858 Cottage Grove avenue 

Kennedy, John 492 26th street 

Kennedy, Luke H 3759 Parnell avenue 

Kennedy, Mich 808 37th street 

Kennelly, Thos. F 1128 W. Harrison street 

Kenny, P. J 1600 Ogden avenue 

Kensington Buffet Co., A. Parite, Mgr... 11554 Front street 

Kent, A. L 3119 Cottage Grove avenue 

Kentnich, W. J 168 E. Washington street 

Kenyon, F 75 N. State street 

Kenzle, A 1853 51st street 

Keon, Frank 341 92d street 

Kern, Alb 334 North avenue 

Kern, E. D 223 E. Randolph street 

Kerpen, Mrs. B 483 W. Huron street 

Kerpinski, Jos 589 Dickson street 

Kerr, John J 222 Peoria street 

Kerrigan, Pat 616 W. 43d street 

Kerserieh, John 805 Blue Island avenue 

Kershenstein, Frank 692 W. 17th street 

Kersting, Math 139 W. Madison street 

Kersting, M 135 Halsted street 

Kerwin, Harry A 94 39th street 

Kerwin, Thos 313 Michigan street 

Keseric, M 77 89th street 

Keserich, Th 1885 Ogden avenue 

Kesicki, I 1229 W. 22d street 

Kessler, Henry 353 Rush street 

Kestler, Jos 134 E. North avenue 

Keul, P., and Goetz, Jno 356 E. 24th street 

Keuper, John 48th and Archer avenue 

Kiely, E. J 465 W. 12th street 

Kienzle, Wm 72 Seward street 

Kies, v., and Walter, M 2900 Wallace street 

Kiewert, Leo 3421 Grand avenue 

Kjanowski, T 12057 Halsted street 

Kilcourse, Mrs. M 146 La Salle avenue 

Kilian, Art 3547 Cottage Grove avenue 

Kill Peter 3048 Archer avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


A-523 


22 


4461 


3: 


2853 


3 


2593 


4 


1773 


1 


1774 


1 


5258 


3 


3660 


22 


1612 


7 


4749 


5 


3797 


8 


3799 


3 


2855 


4 


4741 


3 


5337 


5 


105 


20 


2166 


34 


3477 


8 


A-74 


2 


4049 


1 


744 


21 


4607 


29 


5183 


8 


3342 


22 


3470 


1 


4805 


14 


A-864 


16 


6164 


19 


3798 


30 


5529 


11 


A-165 


11 


A- 8 04 


18 


4590 


18 


985 


3 


3505 


21 


5763 


8 


A-405 


34 


459 


12 


2446 


21 


4251 


22 


4304 


4 


5150 


29 


3216 


19 


2903 


9 


3785 


4 


6221 


27 


5807 


33 


6117 


21 


6212 


3 


789 


5 



October 22, 



1619 



1906 



Name. Address. 

KiUduff, Larry 859 Halsted street 

Kilmartin, T. J 339 W. Harrison street 

Kilroy, Nic 929 W. North avenue 

Kimball, Peter 729 Ashland -avenue 

-King, B • 330 Root street 

King, Frank 44 E. Chicago avenue 

King, G 582 W. 13th street 

King, James • 7663 S. Chicago avenue 

King, Larry 3173 Archer avenue 

King, Tim 103 5th avenue 

Kinateder, M 214 Clybourn avenue 

Kindberg, John 1160 S. Western avenue 

Kindsvatter, Fred 1060 Barry avenue 

Kindt, Chas HOO S. Leavitt street 

Kinell, Alf 1658 Armitage avenue 

Kiniowski, WmV. 3201 Wall street 

Kinney, Jas. • 1011 W. Lake street 

Kinney, W. P • 9245 Commercial avenue 

KinnucLn, Chas! F 177 E. 21st street 

Kinsch, John 144 W. 23d street 

Kiowa Co., The, Inc., H. J. Bauler, Pres . . 213 Clybourn avenue 

Kipper, Johanna 457 Nelson street 

Kirchhoff & Neubarth Co., Inc., C. W. Clenz, Sec..55 Lake st. 

Kirsch, J. M 683 Wells street 

Kirschner, Leo. . 3327 N. Clark street 

j^igh Joe • 8550 Green Bay avenue 

Kissane, M.'.' 329 Halsted street 

Kissane, M. D 264 S. Halsted street 

Kittler, Gus., and'Mickus, J. R. . . .167 E. Washington street 

Kittler, Herman 28 Willow street 

Kivilin, D. P 50 N. Hoyne avenue 

Kivilin, D. P 679 Grand avenue 

Kivilin, J. M., and R 831 W. Lake street 

Kjelberg, And. . 912 Sheffield avenue 

Kjeldsen, Niels 850 N. Western avenue 

Klein Aug • • 190 Jackson boulevardt (Basmt.) 

Klein,' Chas. 323 May street 

Klein G L 3036 State street 

Klein', Gus. ■".'.'.'.'.*'.'''*^' 1057 Robey street 

Klein H 44 W. Madison street 

Klein, John .'.".'.*.'.'.".'.**.' 193 E. Fullerton avenue 

Klein, L 548 S. Halsted street 

Klein' L ' 1261 N. Clark street 

Klein' Leo .'."."."!"! 161 N. Clark street 

Klein, Max 971 Washtenaw avenue 

Klein Phil 894 W. Lake street 

Klein', SoL '.'.".!' 795 S. Halsted street 

Kleine, Wm 912 Lincoln avenue 

Klafta, Jos • ^16 Holt avenue 

Klajda, Frank 597 Dickson street 



License No. 


Ward. 


5783 


9 


573 


19 


3122 


28 


1072 


16 


A-270 


30 


A-387 


22 


A-325 


10 


1120 


33 


81 


5 


6368 


1 


1322 


22 


288 


12 


4775 


25 


624 


12 


3718 


27 


A-737 


4 


4759 


14 


4718 


8 


A-91 


1 


2198 


11 


5514 


22 


5171 


24 


6338 


1 


4589 


23 


4181 


26 


194 


8 


2323 


19 


2493 


19 


5386 


1 


1135 


23 


3781 


14 


A-275 


14 


3525 


14 


1736 


25 


6314 


28 


1271 


1 


2071 


19 


5472 


2 


4874 


11 


A-404 


18 


6159 


24 


1936 


9 


829 


25 


3933 


21 


5064 


12 


5195 


14 


1935 


9 


1239 


24 


5137 


16 


4070 


16 



CVtobor 22, 1620 

Name. Address. 

Klnppauf, Carl 5516 Ashland avenue 

Klaproth, A. C 792 Carroll avenue 

Klaproth, A. C •• .695 W. Irving Park boulevard 

Klarkowski, B 746 Dickson street 

Klassovity, M 599 S. Jefferson street 

Klauer. A 669 Racine avenue 

Klausner, C 373 Ogden avenue 

Klausner, S 2495 Archer avenue 

Klausner, Sol 475 S. Halsted street 

Klaw, L 1392 W. Madison street 

Klawa, Chas 1158 Leavitt street 

Klawans, Dave 827 W. North avenue 

Klawaris, I 2900 Wentworth avenue 

Klawansi Jno. A 2642 Dearborn street 

Klawans, Jul., and Polasky, M 231 W. Erie street 

Klawans, Jul. S 248 N. Curtis street 

Klawikowski, A 399 Southport avenue 

Klawiter, Anton 8800 Exchange avenue 

Klebba, Aug 1035 Wrightwood avenue 

Klebba. S 375 Southport avenue 

Klebenow, J 1875 W. North avenue 

Kleber, Wm 4604 Laflin street 

Klecka, John 456 W. 26th street 

Klecka, R 6930 Aberdeen street 

Kleeberg, B 1108 Belmont avenue 

Kleefisch, Hy 8918 Commercial avenue 

Kleeman, Friedrich 1205 Wabansia avenue 

Kleemann, Elizabeth 126 S. Clinton street 

Kleinan, Otto 1572 N. Clark street 

Kleinkopf, T 359 5th avenue 

Klembowsld, A - 833 W. 32d street 

Klenka, V 987 W. 18th street 

Klicka,' John 949 W. North avenue 

Klika, J 1050 W. 19th street 

. Klima, Gust 510 W. 19th street 

Klimek, Anton. . . 861 Wolfram street 

Klimek, John . . . : 8301 Superior avenue 

Klimevicz, K 4800 Throop street 

Klimt, Chas 179 W. Randolph street 

Klinge, Leo 1188 Fillmore street 

Klinge'l, Wm 577 W. Chicago avenue 

Klinger, S. S . 265 W. North avenue 

Klink, Geo 3254 State street 

Klobusher, M. J 1377 W. 12th street 

Klockowski, W 4626 Honore street 

Kloempken, Wm 902 School street 

Klomes, Peter. . ; 4958 Laflin street 

Klomsikowski, M 4430 Honore street 

Kloska, Wm 579 Noble street 

Klotter, D 202 E. 35th street 



1906 



License No. 


Ward. 


4484 


31 


1867 


14 


23 


27 


2388 


16 


1011 


9 


3676 


24 


2148 


20 


357 


4 


241 


9 


4365 


13 


6089 


12 


2311 


28 


3848 


2 


982 


2 


1572 


17 


1573 


17 


119 


24 


1730 


8 


4859 


24 


A-315 


24 


1251 


27 


A-425 


29 


3968 


12 


3672 


32 


4348 


26 


4036 


8 


A-722 


27 


A-886 


18 


1277 


25 


4724 


1 


2248 


4 


4518 


12 


2263 


28 


2799 


12 


1538 


10 


460 


27 


503 


8 


A-584 


29 


4135 


18 


3977 


13 


3611 


14 


3303 


16 


4556 


3 


5037 


13 


A-441 


29 


4415 


26 


550 


29 


5598 


29 


1408 


17 


3564 


3 



October 22, 



1621 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Klute, E. L . . 3159 Indiana avenue 

Knack, Ed 968 Milwaukee avenue 

Knaff, H. L. and J. P. .... , 365 E. Chicago avenue 

Knaizl, John 601 Centre avenue 

Knapp, Chas. J 3084 Lock street 

Knapstein, Chas. C. 2263 Evanston avenue 

Knauff, H. B 3101 Wentworth avenue 

Knaus, Peter J 92 Racine avenue 

Knaus, Vincent 9000 Mackinaw avenue 

Knecht, Bruno 898 Southport avenue 

Kniering, Mrs. L 3258 Princeton avenue 

Knight, Michael 516 Lincoln avenue 

Knight, E. J 3101 S. Plalsted street 

Knoll, J 1225 E. Belmont avenue 

Knotek, Anton 938 W. ISth place 

Knowles, Walter 87 E. 39tli street 

Knudson, Fanny 3700 Armour avenue 

Knutkowski, W. F 785 W. 17th street 

Kobek, Jos 1634 W. 51st street 

Kobelsky, Max 515 Hastings street 

Kobilak, Chas 4742 Throop street 

Koblenz, Jos 48 Clybourn avenue 

Koblenz, Wm ■. 377 Perry street 

Kobylarczyk, And 4404 Ashland avenue 

Koch, A. 10 S. Clark street 

Koch, Aug., and Glinke, F 4961 State street 

Koch, Chas 361 W. Division street 

Koch, Christ 787 S. Halsted street 

Koch, Fred 499 Larrabee street 

Koch, Frank 1600 K Ashland avenue 

Koch, Frk., and Schmit, T . .631 Larrabee street 

Koch, John 363 Carroll avenue 

Koch, H. F 2708 W. Irving Park boulevard 

Koch, Matthias 142 E. 35th street 

Koch, Pud 8801 Superior avenue 

Koch, Urbam 293 Kimball avenue 

Koch, Wm : 573 26th street 

Kochanski, A , 676 N. Ashland avenue 

Kochems, F. C 2 Market street 

Kocka, .Ferd 980 S. Fairfield avenue 

Koebel, Jos, E 459 Hastings street 

Koehler, Anton 2004 W. 63d street 

Koehler, Ernst 51 Market street 

Koehler, Mrs. F 684 W. Division street 

Koehn, Anton 949 N. Western avenue 

Koeln Buffet Co., C. A. Butler, Sec 69 E. Monroe street 

Koenig, John .116 E. Monroe street 

Koenig, Wm 1187 W. 13th street 

Koenigsberg, Chas 659 Wells street 

Koenigsberg, S 5101 Ashland avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


5564 


2 


3080 


16 


5548 


21 


3954 


10 


6209 


5 


3351 


25 


4080 


2 


A-739 


24 


5127 


8 


143 


26 


2788 


3 


3971 


25 


3497 


4 


A-852 


25 


3275 


11 


A-137 


2 


5558 


3 


411 


11 


3979 


29 


A-41 


12 


2867 


29 


1434 


22 


1123 


24 


3538 


29 


A-244 


1 


808 


6 


4508 


15 


1270 


9 


3776 


23 


A-320 


24 


A-101 


23 


3316 


18 


4200 


27 


54 


3 


5903 


8 


3077 


27 


A-56 


4 


4901 


16 


2417 


1 


3905 


12 


1865 


11 


4215 


31 


2595 


1 


2748 


15 


4390 


28 


4818 


1 


• 3887 


1 


2098 


12 


5549 


23 


5965 


29 



October 22, 1622 )'"• 

Name. Address. 

Koepfle, Leo 763 Blue Island avenue 

Koester, Chas 49 S. Clark street 

Koester, R • 1^0 Center street 

Koester, Theo • US. Water street 

Kofoed. Thr 723 W. Division street 

Kogut, M 605 25th place 

Kohl, H. C 867 W. Chicago avenue 

Kohlhoff, E 683 S. Western avenue 

Kohn Gust 2247 Milwaukee avenue 

Kohn', J. P 1917 N. Clark street 

Kohn, Leo 134 W. North avenue 

Kohn, M 530i S. Paulina street 

Kohn', Wni' .' ." ^ 3827 Archer avenue 

Kohout, Jos 427 W. 18th street 

Kohout, V 1431 Turner avenue 

Koiss, John 1023 W. 18th place 

Kojan, Frank 1312 St. Louis avenue 

Koldnis, N., and Anagnostopoulos, G. .64 Blue Island avenue 

Kokotek, J. 364 W. Chicago avenue 

Kolacek, John 1313 Turner avenue 

Kolacek, Bud 858 Halsted street 

Kolasinski, Jas 1091 N. Robey street 

Kolassa, A 720 N. Ashland avenue 

Kolassa, M 49 Fry street 

Kolar, Anton 109 W. 19th street 

Kolar, Jas 1003 W. 19th street 

Kolb, M 980 N. Spaulding avenue 

Kolbusz, Jos 381 Cornell street 

Kolek, Jos 1052 W. 19th street 

Kolendich, John 136 W. Madison street 

Kolkowski, F. J 1181 W. 21st street 

Kolle, Henry 876 Lincoln avenue 

Kolle, John 133 La Salle street 

Koller, H 818 W. Lake street 

Roller, Jac '. 5060 State street 

Kolster, W. H 1943 N. Halsted street 

Kolze, H. J Irving Park boulevard a.nd 64th avenue 

Kominsky, Jos 4401 Wentworth avenue 

Koniorous, Jos. .' 719 Loomis street 

Kompare, Jos 8908 Green Bay avenue 

Kt)nieczny, And 8801 Commercial avenue 

Konkowski, John 364 N. Carpenter street 

Konkowski, M. F 188 W. Chicago avenue 

Konecny, F 4801 Throop street 

Kontny, Ig 3837 Hillock avenue 

Konwalinka, Anton 549 W. 25th place 

Konwinski, John 35 Fox place 

Koop, G. W 724 Grand avenue 

Koop', Jul 495 W. Chicago avenue 

Kopcho, Dan .' ." .' 8552 Green Bay avenue 



1906 



License No. 


Ward. 


3690 


11 


3609 


1 


588 


24 


1435 


1 


A-741 


15 


3261 


12 


4902 


14 


2490 


12 


3295 


27 


880 


25 


2368 


16 


A-204 


29 


60 


4 


3956 


10 


1020 


12 


4578 


12 


775 


12 


6259 


19 


3365 


17 


5957 


12 


3593 


9 


3152 


28 


1099 


16 


4744 


17 


6040 


9 


A-434 


12 


3839 


27 


335 


17 


5542 


12 


2909 


18 


5239 


12 


A-342 


24 


5574 


1 


311 


14 


2160 


30 


6243 


25 


5146 


27 


3691 


30 


6054 


10 


4716 


8 


A-756 


8 


334 


17 


2643 


17 


A- 194 


29 


5011 


5 


5707 


12 


4030 


16 


A-594 


14 


2379 


14 


2330 


8 



October 22, 



1623 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Kopecky, Jos 1115 N. STtli court 

Kopp, Chas 418 North avenue 

Kopp, G. C 913 W. North avenue 

Kopp, H. W 343 Diversey avenue 

Kopshever, E. G 3960 Western avenue 

Koranda, Al 3940 Stearns street 

Koranek, Frank 586 W. 18th street 

Korff, Frank .• 27 Perry street 

Kori, F 882 N. Halsted street 

Korite, S . . . 3253 Morgan street 

Kormann, Mrs. Lena 5001 Cook street 

Koronkiewicz, John 572 Dickson street 

Korshak, F 151 N. Western avenue 

Kortas, B.J 50 Ingraham street 

Kortas, Mike 328 Wabansia avenue 

Kortebein, Hy 1787 N. Ashland avenue 

Korydek, Jas 1619 Ogden avenue 

Koshek, Jno 153 N. Centre avenue 

Kosiba, Ant. . 13259 Erie avenue 

Kosicek, Frank and John 590 Centre avenue 

Kosin, Geo 13300 Ontario avenue 

Kosmowski, John 4601 Ashland avenue 

Koss, John 8362 Ontario avenue 

Kostal, John 606 Centre avenue 

Kostecki, Con 311 Elston avenue 

Kostuch, Mrs. Anna 234 Hervey street 

Kostuch, Robt '. 1037 N. Robey street 

Kotnour, J 780 Allport street 

Kotzer, John 6412 State street 

Koubek, Chas 985 California avenue 

Kounovsky, Vac 1619 W. 23d street 

Kovacic, F 1175 Whipple street 

Kovarik, Jos. E 1011 Blue Island avenue 

Kowalke, Emil , 290 S. Water street 

Kowalski, E. 150 W. 44th street 

Kowalski, Frank . 1783 W. 12th street 

Kowalski, Geo. J 148 W. Lake street 

Kowalski, John 3342 Mosspratt street 

Kowalski, W 2927 Quinn street 

Kowarskos, Jos 1193 Oakley avenue 

Kowicka, J 674 S. May street 

Kozak, John 221 Cornell street 

Kozelub, J '. 5169 Lincoln street 

Kozicki, Jan 1041 32d street 

Kozicki, John 3201 Centre avenue 

Kozirok, Aug 425 Elston avenue 

Kozikowski, S 9705 Commercial avenue 

Kozla, F. E 6500 S. May street 

Kozlowski, J 559 W. 16th street 

Kozminski, Ludwik 4856 Elizabeth street 



License No. 


Ward. 


A-883 


27 


2250 


21 


1188 


28 


2204 


27 


5375 


29 


780 


4 


2965 


10 


6100 


24 


285 


23 


1524 


4 


6084 


29 


A-75 


16 


4979 


14 


3433 


16 


5359 


16 


2282 


26 


A-779 


34 


A-226 


17 


501 


8 


5068 


10 


556 


8 


4501 


29 


1157 


8 


4936 


10 


6225 


16 


1457 


16 


3940 


28 


A-237 


10 


3610 


32 


3269 


12 


3967 


12 


A-238 


12 


39 


11 


. 4436 


1 


5579 


30 


6357 


13 


6218 


18 


. 4143 


5 


A-187 


4 


6126 


12 


2470 


lo 


1944 


17 


A-178 


29 


A-155 


5 


3302 


4 


A-416 


16 


5062 


8 


4664 


32 


A-146 


10 


A-83 


29 



October 



1G24 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Koy, Otto 1649 Kedzie avenue 

Kraak, Frank 557 Evergreen avenue 

Kraatz, Otto F 1026 N. Campbell avenue 

Kracke, Wm 1738 Sherman place 

Kraeft, Emil 352 K Paulina street 

Kraemer, Frank 1344 W. 21st street 

Kraemer, Wm 280 Wabash avenue 

Kraetsch, A. J 144 E. • 12th street 

Kraetseh, A. J 458 Clark street 

Kraetsch, R 5495 Lake avenue 

Kraft L 3800 Honore street 

Kraintz, Jos Ewing avenue and Avenue L 

Kraisinger, V 138 W. 19th street 

Krajachich, J 1437 Central Park avenue 

Krajewski, S 461 Canal street 

Krakora, J ; . . 389 W. 16th street 

Kralik, And 8520 Green Bay avenue 

Kramer, E. J 397 Wells street 

Kramer, Jul 176 S. Water street 

Kramer, T. J 135 W. Randolph street 

Kramer, Wm 2461 Cottage Grove avenue 

Kramer, Wm 2453 Cottage Grove avenue 

Krasny, Michael J 673 S. May street 

Kraus, Chas 543 Armitage avenue 

Kraus, E. R • 1^3 Ftilton street 

Kraus, Emil 241 Wells street 

Krause F. Jr 365 Webster avenue 

Krause' Gust 1112 W. 13th street 

Krause, Herm 297 Clybourn place 

Krauss, Phil 121 W. Lake street 

Krauss, W^ H 516 Elston avenue 

Krauthahn, Loui& 50 Maud avenue 

Krautwald, Ernst 201 Belmont avenue 

Kraviec Jos 4528 Justine street 

Krc M 754 Jefferson street 

Krcmar, Mc 386 W. 18th street 

Krebietke, A 333 Southport avenue 

Krechniak, John 193 W. Huron street 

Kreeger, C 746 Elston avenue 

Kreer, Fred 358 Root street 

Krefft, Mrs. Augusta 447 W. Fullerton avenue 

Kreft, Jos 73 High street 

Kreisel, Geo 1857 N. Halsted street 

Krejci, John • 368 W. 25th street 

Krenek, Frank 71 Fisk street 

Krenek, Frank 1316 La wndale avenue 

Kress, Wm H Meagher street 

Krestan, K ,. .1300 S. 41st avenue 

Kretschmar, T. H 420 Lincoln avenue 

Kretzmann, M. J 3146 N. Clark street 



License No. 


Ward. 


3770 


27 


5353 


15 


5556 


28 


A-910 


25 


2557 


15 


5704 


12 


589 


1 


2419 


1 


2411 


1 


804 


7 


A-185 


5 


502 


8 


5678 


10 


A-375 


34 


3156 


19 


5724 


10 


2975 


8 


5061 


21 


2693 


1 


693 


18 


A-935 


2 


388 


2 


A-706 


10 


1182 


28 


3048 


18 


4245 


22 


3733 


23 


A-62 


11 


5715 


16 


1567 


18 


2880 


16 


6124 


24 


4804 


24 


4632 


29 


1770 


9 


3536 


10 


4016 


24 


5733 


17 


465 


16 


3033 


30 


1210 


28 


2427 


24 


1326 


25 


5165 


12 


3906 


10 


5602 


34 


1686 


9 


1706 


34 


A-230 


25 


832 


26 



October 22, 



1625 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Kreutzer, Julius 380 W. North avenue 

Kreuzer, Jos 354 W. 12th street 

Krich, John 10859 Superior avenue 

Krienieki, M 3325 Fox street 

Krieps, A 10318 Indianapolis avenue 

Krier, Theo 2999 Lyman street 

Kriho, John 95 Elston avenue 

Krikscziunos, J .3259 S. Halsted street 

Kristuf ek, J 1087 Kedzie avenue 

Kristufek, John 487 S. Canal street 

Kristuf ek, Jos 1400 W. 50th street 

Kriszchun, A., and Urbanovicz, K 1160 Oakley avenue 

Kriz, Jos. F . , . . . 54 Canalport avenue 

Krizenecky, J 1670 W. 22d street 

Krob, Jos 4726 Loomis street 

Krocker, Frank 1828 N. Lawndale avenue 

Kroeger, Aug 1791 Milwaukee avenue 

Kroeplin, Geo 5600 Centre avenue 

Krolikowski, H 8400 Superior avenue 

Kroll, Frank 341 W. 39th street 

Kroll, John 965 W. Diversey street 

Kromer, Mrs. K 115 N. Lincoln street 

Krouzilka, Wm. and Heida, A 921 Ashland avenue 

Krouzilka, Wm 40 Fulton street 

Krool, Anton 4830 Throop street 

Krool, W 4759 Hoyne avenue 

Krska, John 1182 W. 21st street 

Krska, M 520 W. 26th street 

Krueger, Ad 656 W. Division street 

Krueger, Alb 603 N. Halsted street 

Krueger, Aug .639 W. 14th place 

Krueger, H 975 N. Clark street 

Krueger, H. F 1083 Fulton street 

Krueger, John 286 Milwaukee avenue 

Kruk, Frank 1149 N. Lincoln street 

Krul, W 60 Augusta street 

Krull, H 106 E. Belmont avenue 

KruU, John 629 14th place 

Krump, P. S '. 706 W. 12th street 

Krumphans, V 1210 Washtenaw avenue 

Krupa, A 396 W. 17th street 

Krupicka, Anton 411 W. 25th street 

Krupka, A 2 Currier street 

Krupocki, R. V 2901 Parnell avenue 

Kruse, Chas 9900 Vincennes avenue 

Kruse, H 828 S. Halsted street 

Krusing, P. H 176 E. 39th street 

Kryda, John 1551 S. 40th avenue 

Kryzan, John 3346 Mosspratt street 

Krzemieniewski, J 749 W. 21st place 



License No. 


Ward. 


2518 


16 


5388 


9 


A-420 


8 


2824 


5 


5333 


8 


A-4 


4 


918 


17 


820 


4 


4121 


12 


1369 


19 


719 


29 


A-402 


12 


4935 


9 


1530 


12 


4850 


29 


5757 


27 


373 


28 


3175 


31 


1115 


8 


2486 


30 


1574 


27 


2617 


14 


5766 


11 


A-648 • 


18 


3442 


29 


5219 


29 


A-755 


12 


1844 


12 


1864 


15 


3468 


22 


4550 


11 


758 


23 


2552 


14 


3834 


17 


1143 


28 


6344 


17 


2096 


26 


2322 


10 


3222 


11 


1533 


12 


3517 


10 


706 


12 


5586 


17 


965 


4 


3844 


33 


1254 


9 


1398 


3 


4750 


34 


781 


5 


A-859 


11 



(,\'tobor 



1026 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Krzisak, Frank 4017 S. Ashland avenue 

Kubat, M. . . .-. 987 Troy street 

Kubiak, A 1038 Sacramento avenue 

Kubicek, Jos 1501 S. 41st avenue 

Kubik, Anton 4956 S. Robey street 

Kubik, Jos 653 Throop street 

Kueera, Jacob 5057 Winchester avenue 

Kucera, L 727 Thrhop street 

Kueera, S 160 W. Van Buren street 

Kuchar, K 1329 Trumbull avenue 

Kucharski, Jos 4218 S. Ashland avenue 

Kucharski, S 1859 W. 48th street 

Kuchta A 2835 Short street 

Kuchuris, Jas 23 Blue Island avenue 

Kucic, John 9429 Ewing avenue 

Kucmarski, Alex 719 Holt avenue 

Kudla, Joseph 4527 Hermitage avenue 

Kudrle, Vaclav 1331 S. Trumbull avenue 

Kuehl, Emil 604 W. 14th street 

Kuehn, Wm 502 E. Belmont avenue 

Kuehn, Emil 255 Dearborn street 

Kuehne, Clem 3554 Cottage Grove avenue 

Kuenstler, C. B 1032 Armitage avenue 

Kuessow, Wm 354 N. Marshfield avenue 

Kuo-el, Henry 67 Dearborn street 

Kuhns A. G • • • • 167 Wabash avenue 

Kuhns, J. A 522 W. Diversey avenue 

Kukulka, S 516 Noble street 

Kula, Frank 52 Fry street 

Kuldanek, S 121 De Koven street 

Kule, Jos 1192 Spaulding avenue 

Kulik, Jac : 73 Front street 

Kulik, John 1886 Thomas street 

Kulling, John 3401 Leavitt street 

Kulvin, Morris 419 Grand avenue 

Kulvinsky, Max 161 W. Erie street 

Kulwinski, Morris 376 W. 12th street 

Kulwinsky, M 615 Sangamon street 

Kulwinsky, S 9055 Commercial avenue 

Kumar, John 1073 Blue Island avenue 

Kumar, John 627 Laflin street 

Kumfert, Gust 930 W. 21st place 

Kummer, Aug. C 30 Grand avenue 

Kumpa, M 81 88th street 

Kunde, Ernst 804 Halsted street 

Kunicki, S., and Dowoinis, J 4624 S. Paulina street 

Kuntz Remmler Co., The .-303 Wabash avenue 

Kunz, Peter 141 N. Curtis street 

Kunze, Wm 452 Wells street 

Kunzer, Emil 800 S. Rockwell street 



icense No. ^ 


Vard. 


6021 


29 


4939 


12 


6018 


12 


5191 


34 


3277 


29 


3518 


10 


4328 


29 


1920 


10 


1442 


17 


3385 


12 


6347 


29 


2243 


29 


1018 


5 


5482 


19 


3010 


8 


3534 


16 


A-141 


29 


A-930 


12 


1842 


11 


4026 


26 


187 


1 


2403 


3 


787 


27 


2983 


15 


4321 


1 


4640 


1 


2884 


28 


1045 


17 


4965 


17 


5775 


19 


6013 


12 


1623 


17 


5708 


35 


5020 


5 


A-623 


17 


3547 


17 


A-518 


10 


6318 


9 


487 


8 


A-908 


12 


6033 


11 


2142 


11 


356 


17 


A-553 


8 


2985 


9 


3614 


29 


894 


1 


3853 


17 


A-20 


21 


1432 


12 



October 22, 



1627 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Kupferer, Frank 349 Dickens avenue 

Kupferer, Wm 183 W. 22d street 

Kupshas, Alex 3318 Morgan street 

Kumieker, R. S .' 113 Cornelia street 

Kurowski, E 8819 Houston avenue 

Kurth, Wm. T 387 W. Chicago avenue 

Kurzja, K 1211 Blue Island avenue 

Kurzynski, M 329 Milwaukee avenue 

Kush, Jos 8902 Escanaba avenue 

Kusinski, P 197 W. North avenue 

Kusnierz, M. J 641 Holt avenue 

Kustusch, Aug 4013 S. Ashland avenue 

Kuszlejko, Jos 4558 S. Paulina street 

Kuszy, J . . 893 Clybourn avenue 

Kuta, Jos 845 S. Wood street 

Kutnewski, J 865 33d street 

Kutzner, M 1880 N. Western avenue 

Kuzawski, Ig 1844 W. 48th street 

Kuzelka, Jos . . 408 W. 18th street 

Kwate, Herman 161 18th street 

Kwatney, L 509 State street 

Kwiatkowski, John 83 Rawson street 

Laabs, Otto , 851 N. Clark street 

Labanowski, A 925 Blue Island avenue 

Labey, H. W. and Wirsing, H. C 2 Park Row 

Labounty, Jos 11542 Front street 

Labriolo, Angelo . 389 S. Clinton street 

Labunski, Paul 232 Armitage avenue 

Lacavera, Sal 39 Gault court 

Lacerra, Jerry 218 N. Sangamon street 

Lackovitch, Tom 88 Fisk street 

Lacy, S., and Johnson, Ed 41 E. 13th street 

Ladd, S. A 843 Root street 

Lafferty, J. G 2258 Cottage Grove avenue 

Lagorio, A 299 W. Madison street 

Lagorio, J. D 144 W. Madison street 

LaGrika, Jas 1839 S. Clark street 

Lahayczak, Con S. E. cor. 120th and Green streets 

Lahowitz, Jos. J S. E. cor. Miller and Vernon Park place 

Laich, Geo 168 95th street 

Lajnaj, M. J 8526 Green Bay avenue 

Lake, Geo. H 269 Dearborn street 

Lake View Mercantile Co., Inc 1056 Lincoln avenue 

LaLond, Gus 2470 115th street 

Lamb, H. W 267 Colorado avenue 

Lamb, Jas. and Frank 5159 Princeton avenue 

Lambert, Ed 101 W. 115th street 

Lambert, F., and Warren, J 321 E. Division street 

Lambert, Jos 11592 Michigan avenue 

Lambrecht, Ed 11309 Michigan avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


A-889 


27 


6030 


9 


568 


5 


4833 


17 


2101 


8 


2550 


17 


5772 


12 


5871 


17 


A-926 


8 


2619 


16 


A-95 


16 


1985 


29 


89 


29 


2505 


24 


4525 


11 


A-824 


5 


1848 


26 


3190 


29 


A-772 


10 


1783 


1 


4332 


1 


3446 


16 


3687 


23 


4095 


11 


5271 


1 


3984 


33 


A-855 


19 


5403 


16 


5344 


22 


6026 


17 


2273 


10 


532 


1 


5590 


30 


619 


2 


5616 


18 


3552 


18 


617 


1 


4619 


33 


A-649 


19 


1386 


8 


1419 


8 


2254 


1 


1477 


24 


4293 


33 


5074 


13 


5084 


30 


5257 


33 


6293 


22 


3988 


33 


3012 


33 



October 22, 1^28 

Name. Address. 

Laminering, J. H 750 Racine avenue 

Landanskis, K 3119 Morgan street 

Lande Abe 120 Grand avenue 

Landgraff, Geo 299 Wells street 

Landkammer, R 273 W. Division street 

Lankes, C, and Both, F. A 235 Larrabee street 

Lanz Emil 834 Milwaukee avenue 

Lang, Felix, Jr 87 Fremont street 

Lang, Frank 117 W. 18th street 

Lang, Gust 6101 S. Ashland avenue 

Lang, John 4522 State street 

Lang, Leo 4372 N. Clark street 

Lang, Rich 916 Fullerton avenue 

Langan, Bridget 116 N. Branch street 

Lange, C. F • 683 W. North avenue 

Lannon, P. J 245 39th street 

Lanzillotti, F 118 Ewing street 

La Pointe, W. J 2111 W. Harrison street 

Laporati, Steve 225 Milwaukee avenue 

Laport, A 2889 Archer avenue 

LaPorto, Tony 161 W. Polk street 

Larner, M 443 Root street 

Larsen, Axel 1130 N. California avenue 

Larsen, Chas 715 W. North avenue 

Larson, A. P 1169 W. Lake street 

Larson, Chas., and Lavin, 1318 W. 12th street 

Larson, H., and Peterson, H 99 N. Centre avenue 

Larson, L., and Norrby, L 103 92d street 

Larson, L 109 E. Chicago avenue 

Larson, Lars 151 92d street 

Larson, Nic 4101 Ashland avenue 

Laschoher, J 359 W. 45th street 

Laskowski, M 995 Sacramento avenue 

Lass, Jul 2803 S. 41st avenue 

Latall, F., and Zimmerman, Geo 1852 N. Ashland avenue 

Latas, Geo. A 1765 W. North avenue 

Lau, Max 291 Michigan street 

Lauer, Carl 1050 N. Western avenue 

Lauer, Jos R 134 E. Fullerton avenue 

Lauer, M 114 Center street 

Lauer, Math 130 Willow street 

Laughlin, John 754 Ogden avenue 

Lauritzen, L 9206 S. Chicago avenue 

Lauterbach, F. Geo 162 N. Clark street 

Lauterbach, Geo 285 N. Ashland avenue 

Lauterbach, Julius 23 Canalport avenue 

Lavelle, Michael 239 Orleans street 

Lavin, Wm 1451 W. Van Buren street 

Lawrence, Mrs. A 193 S. Desplaines street 

Lawrence, Cy 475 W. Division street 



19uo 



cense No. 


Ward. 


885 


25 


4884 


4 


4357 


17 


977 


22 


6188 


15 


4363 


22 


2429 


17 


4233 


23 


2137 


9 


2902 


31 


2172 


30 


A-23 


25 


1474 


27 


800 


22 


746 


28 


2854 


30 


A-463 


19 


3580 


34 


4816 


17 


4558 


5 


5022 


19 


4665 


30 


3460 


28 


823 


28 


833 


14 


3085 


12 


A-613 


17 


966 


8 


3246 


22 


5975 


8 


3337 


29 


2324 


30 


4954 


12 


1065 


34 


3656 


26 


1987 


27 


1834 


21 


3571 


28 


299 


rM 


1218 


24 


4032 


24 


4799 


12 


5961 


8 


5422 


21 


224 


14 


4734 


9 


4608 


22 


1670 


13 


A-46 


18 


4943 


15 



October 22, 



1629 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Lawrence, Jas 292 E. 29tli street 

Lawrence, M 272 Maxwell street 

Law, John 114 N. Clark street 

Lawler, Jos 566 W. Harrison street 

Lawler, Mrs. M 352 S. Clark street 

Lawler, Pat J 10053 Ewing avenue 

Lawson, John 62 E. 39th street 

Lay, John 686 N. Halsted street 

Lay, Jos A 183 Washington street 

Laznovsky, Jos 3325 N. 40th avenue 

Lazovski, W 579 S. Jefferson street 

Leach, W. G., and Bardwell, Geo. .3800 Cottage Grove avenue 

Leader, C. B . 17 Custom House place 

Leahy, Pat 2800 Union avenue 

Leaney, John 223 Ogden avenue 

Lebovitz, H 11247 Michigan avenue 

Lebovitz, H. J , 6311 S. Halsted street 

Lebrecht, M 984 Milwaukee avenue 

Lechner B 394 Larrabee street 

Le Clair, Geo - 97 S. Sangamon street 

Leddy, Jas. 4252 Wentworth avenue 

Ledene, H 1057 Mariana street 

Lederer I 2200 Archer avenue 

Lederer, P. and S .674 Milwaukee avenue 

Lederer Co., S. Inc., J. Oppenheim.er, Pres 

9100 Commercial avenue 

Ledzianowski, H 3156 Wall street 

Lee, Jas. J 1158 W. 51st street 

Lee W. B 18 N. 48th avenue 

Legat, John 644 Blue Island avenue 

Lehmann, Emil 1159 Armitage avenue 

Lehmann, Fred 1029 N. Leavitt street 

Lehmann, J. G 262 Blue Island avenue 

Lehmann, Rud 657 Milwaukee avenue 

Lehner, M 5247 Ashland avenue 

Lenhardt, Paul 323 W. Chicago avenue 

Lehnio-, Paul • 3160 W. Lake street 

Lehr F. 3 . . . . 905 35th street 

Leight, Chas 81 E. Harrison street 

Leinhaas^ Fred 3063 N. Clark street 

Liepold, Jos 765 Southport avenue 

Leister, Gust 14 Custom House place 

Leitch, P 282 Lincoln avenue 

Leitman, Mary 527 Canal street 

Lemp, Henry 2393 Kensington avenue 

Lencioni & Masetti, Inc 2700 Princeton avenue 

Lencioni, T. and Masetti, P 483 37th street 

Lengnadoro, Jas Ill Indiana street 

Lenkeit F 404 Diversey boulevard 

Lennon, Jos 2292 Archer avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


4776 


2 


3043 


9 


4291 


21 


5301 


20 


3540 


1 


A-709 


8 


767 


3 


2990 


23 


3282 


1 


5645 


27 


1010 


9 


5090 


3 


1467 


, 1 


5634 


4 


2272 


20 


3606 


33 


3607 


31 


6234 


16 


2676 


22 


493 


18 


A-662 


30 


1491 


24 


3677 


4 


4798 


17 


5876 


8 


2499 


4 


A-329 


29 


3297 


35 


6254 


10 


3945 


27 


A-243 


28 


2363 


10 


3635 


17 


1073 


29 


5117 


17 


5019 


34 


A-286 


5 


2189 


1 


A-287 


26 


686 


24 


1871 


1 


2632 


23 


6244 


9 


5002 


33 


4618 


4 


3334 


3 


5963 


22 


121 


24 


2230 


4 



October 22, 



1630 



1906 



Name. . Address. 

Lenz, Rosa 6801 Elizabeth street 

Lenzen Wine Co., A. A. Lenzen, Pres 42 La Salle street 

Lenzini, Peter I960 Grand avenue 

Leoni, Frank 1368 W. Madison street 

Leopold, H. and Mergentheim, A. D 167 Adams street 

Leppert, C. A 271 E. Madison street 

Lera, Dom 3700 Dearborn street 

Leszezinski, S 3400 Auburn avenue 

Leszczynski, A 3227 Mosspratt street 

Lesser, M 158 Blue Island avenue 

Lester, Sam 198 EL North avenue 

Lettiere,' D. and Yanger, B 5000 State street 

Letzter, Jos 1260 Kedzie avenue 

Leutbecher, Otto. . 88 E. Huron street 

Leuwer, Adam 4909 S. Ashland avenue 

Levin, A 155. Randolph street 

Levin, Jacob and Frank 2700 Armour avenue 

Levin, Jacob and Frank 256 E. 22d street 

Levin, Paul 166 S. Clark street 

Levinkind, H 213 92d street 

Levinson, Sam 437 S. Morgan street 

Levinsky, H 217 W. Lake street 

Levison, Louis I 103 E. Harrison street 

Levit, M. L 893 Armitage avenue 

Levit, Ig 716 W. Polk street 

Levy, Chas 955 Milwaukee avenue 

Levy, E. C 943 Madison street 

Levy, Jos 1062 W. Madison street 

Levy, Jos 66 N. Western avenue 

Levy, Leo 2060 N. Ashland avenue 

Levy, M. . . 3359 S. Halsted street 

Lewis, Abe. C 559 W. Madison street 

Lewis, Dow B 96 Dearborn street 

Lewis, Howard 48 Van Buren street 

Lewis, M 76 W. 13th street 

Lewis, Theo 609 S. Canal street 

Lewandorski, S 1027 K Hoyne avenue 

Lewandowski, Chas 2058 N. Western avenue 

Lewandowski, M 8307 Buffalo avenue 

Lewandowski, St 136 Front street 

Lewandowski, Vac 336 N. Sangamon street 

Lewark, Ad 3938 Went worth avenue 

Lewerenz, Chas 474 31st street 

Lewerenz, L. T 430 N. Lincoln street 

Lewi, J. 2900 Armour avenue 

Lewinsky" Abe .'.'.' 309 W. Polk street 

Lewinsky, Ike 185 W. Taylor street 

Lewinsohn Co., D., Inc., D. Lewinsohn, Pres 

32,9 Wabash avenue, second floor 

Lewinsohn, H. W 323 Wabash avenue 



icense No. 


Ward. 


279 


32 


3958 


1 


5224 


35 


6039 


13 


489 


1 


3814 


1 


5442 


2 


4299 


5 


3944 


4 


3510 


19 


4252 


22 


1375 


30 


1515 


12 


2511 


22 


2256 


29 


A-248 


1 


1895 


2 


1896 


1 


3325 


1 


993 


8 


1912 


19 


4048 


18 


A-630 


1 


2012 


28 


3115 


20 


5075 


16 


1292 


20 


4364 


13 


4383 


14 


992 


26 


2336 


5 


1256 


18 


F-1 


1 


2104 


1 


1539 


9 


91 


9 


2618 


28 


6103 


27 


A-214 


8 


4234 


17 


1245 


17 


3824 


30 


1837 


4 


633 


15 


747 


2 


5936 


19 


5919 


19 


4919 


I 


5096 


1 



October 22, 



1631 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Liberenz, Ed. 623 N. Leavitt street 

Libuszowski, Jobn 3856 Ashland avenue 

Libuszowski, John 1825 W. 42d street 

Lieberman, Gust 434 Kedzie avenue 

Lieberman, L. . . . 459 State street 

Liebermann, R >309 S. Clark street 

Lieberman, S 303 Division street 

Lieberthal, Hyman 1708 W. Ohio street 

Lijl ^^ 556 Van Buren street 

Lillig, And*'.*.'.'.'.'.'*.".' 191 W. 22d place 

Limacher, Jac 354 E. North avenue 

Limperis, J 14 Dearborn street 

Limpert, John 1443 Van Buren street 

Lindemann, Hans 1430 Ogden avenue 

Lindner, M. C • .865 W. Fullerton avenue 

Lindquist, A. J 306 N. Franklin street 

Lindquist, P 1035 W. 59th street 

Lindquist, Peter 73 E. 35th street 

Lindstrom, E. W. and Tanner, R. B 3517 N. Clark street 

Lindstrom, P. O 380 N. 48th avenue 

Lindstrom, Theo 5651 Halsted street 

Linduska, J 1196 Albany avenue 

Link, F. E 1351 Diversey boulevard 

Link, John^.'. 581 Blue Island avenue 

Linkel, Fritz : 838 Southport avenue 

Linn, Albert, and Pearson, Aug 1683 N. Clark street 

Linster A W. Peterson and Lincoln avenues 

Linzen,'H.'and"sickinger, H 10 Sherman street 

Tipke A C 331 Jackson boulevard 

Lippeit, 'Fred^ '.'.'. --l^^ Wells street 

Lippert, M. 335 S. Halsted street 

Lipsictz, C. and Gordon, L 403 State street 

Lipsky, Abe 3036 Cottage Grove avenue 

Lisiecki. J. M 892 N. Hoyne avenue 

Lisowski, W 3252 Fisk street 

List, Otto 512 Diversey avenue 

Listecki, Frank ..-8460 Buffalo avenue 

Listner, Con -. 289 W. 18th street 

Liston, John ^56 35th street 

Litterski, Paul • 1005 N. Hoyne avenue 

Little T H 3101 Armour avenue 

Liustina,*M. 'and Delaney, D 10758 Torrence avenue 

Ljustina, 1 60 Bedfield street 

Lobraico, F. D 359 Jefferson street 

Lo^jci ^ 858 W. Van Buren street 

Locci! M.' "and Ginnoni, J 3163 W. Harrison street 

Locci, M. and Ginnoni, A. J 3104 Harrison street 

Loeb, Dave 399 S. Clark street 

Loeffler, Dan 3758 S. Hermitage avenue 

Loeffler, Sig 3157 Centre avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


3248 


15 


A-663 


29 


5689 


29 


A-549 


13 


1030 


1 


2017 


1 


2795 


22 


4959 


35 


1021 


20 


3358 


11 


2600 


32 


A-28 


1 


3017 


13 


4706 


12 


575 


27 


365 


22 


6232 


31 


4377 


3 


A-469 


26 


1000 


35 


3493 


31 


3509 


12 


245 


25 


1843 


10 


A-397 


26 


40 


25 


592 


27 


4144 


1 


3813 


1 


1211 


22 


195 


19 


1769 


1 


4999 


2 


203 


28 


265 


5 


4781 


28 


10170 


8 


9223 


9 


5950 


5 


4236 


28 


A-607 


1 


4762 


8 


4418 


16 


5955 


19 


5424 


20 


5426 


34 


4564 


13 


2018 


1 


3883 


5 


4568 


4 



Di'tobor 



1632 



1906 



Name. Address. 

ho€hr, A. and Jungblut, M 250 E. Lake street 

Loehr, E 226 Chicago avenue 

Loetz, Chas 192 Dayton street 

Loftiis, Jas 50 E. 12th street 

Loftus, Patrick 225 91st street 

Loftiis, W. J 65 E. Kinzie street 

Lomax, F 222 25th place 

Lonrax, James H 171 Fifth avenue 

Lomax, James H 209 Fifth avenue 

Lomax, J. and C 350 S. Clark street 

Lomax, J. and C 354 State street 

Lomax, J. and C 430 State street 

Lomasney, W. A 1009 Blue Island avenue 

Londergon, W. H 4234 Princeton avenue 

Lonergon, E. J 280 E. 39th street 

Lonergan, E. J 6753 Halsted street 

Lonergan, J. A. and Boyle, J. M 18001/^ Wabash avenue 

London, Jos 595 Canal street 

Longhi, Emil 380 State street 

Lonsdale, F. E 328 W. Van Buren street 

Loonem, Thos 63 Aberdeen street 

Loonem, Thos 288 Washington boulevard 

Lopina, John 1939 Archer avenue 

Lorenz, Chas 1409 W. 103d street 

Lorenzen, C. J 977' N. Campbell avenue 

Lorenzen, L 1156 S. Western avenue 

Lorkowski, F, J 1120 Elston avenue 

Losoz, W. A ■ 1492 W. 22d street 

Lotesto, Joe 73 E. Folk street 

Lotesto, Jos 408 S. Clark street 

Louen, John 70^2 Grace street 

Lowenthal, H. M 317 Maxwell street 

Lowinski, A 585 Holt avenue 

Lowis, A 1525 Wabash avenue 

Lowis, D. and Feinberg, A 162 E. 18th street 

Lowis, Meyer 1634 S. State street 

Lowy, A 2476 N. Western avenue 

Lowy, Ad 39 E. Chicago avenue 

Lowy, Fred 746 S. Halsted street 

Lucas, Michael 2106 W. Kinzie street 

Lucchesi, R 359 S. Kedzie avenue 

Luchesi, Alex 59 Rush street 

Luczak, Jos 1505 W. 22d street 

Ludwig, Jos 1218 W. 12th street 

Ludwig, Jos 114 Randolph street (basement) 

Ludwig, Peter 1959 N. Robey street 

Luebbe, Wm. F 10062 Avenue M 

Luecker, Geo. and Harry 496 29th street 

Luedemann, Glaus 992 W. 22d street 

Lueneburg, Chas 175 Wells street 



icense No. 


Ward. 


2295 


1 


4290 


21 


1628 


23 


5546 


1 


1119 


8 


3373 


22 


598 


4 


1931 


1 


1932 


1 


732 


1 


733 


1 


734 


1 


173 


11 


A-175 


30 


4786 


3 


A-546 


32 


2856 


1 


3159 


9 


637 


1 


6238 


19 


5625 


18 


4614 


18 


1220 


1 


4645 


32 


163 


28 


4860 


12 


722 


16 


342 


12 


5692 


1 


1023 


1 


4185 


26 


4112 


9 


3769 


16 


2526 


1 


3655 


1 


687 


1 


1917 


26 


A-449 


22 


1998 


9 


5543 


34 


3285 


13 


1836 


21 


4380 


12 


6295 


12 


5272 


1 


4964 


26 


5793 


8 


1854 


4 


1715 


12 


1461 


22 



October 22, 1633 

Name. Address. 

Luetzow, H : 872 W. 21st place 

Luiso, M 61 W. Ohio street 

Luka, Chas 660 Dickson street 

Lukas, L 4757 Laflin street 

Lukina, J 362 W. 18th street 

Lukoszius, L 160 W. 14th place 

Lumpp, J. J 902 W. 12th street 

Lund, Walter 767 W. North avenue 

Lundberg, John 3520 Milwaukee avenue 

Lundberg, Ole. . . 1353 W. 12th street 

Lundgren, A 297 24th street 

Lundgren, J. H 1131 Oakley avenue 

Lundgren, M . 5428 Wentworth avenue 

Lundgren, Oscar E 9180 Harbor avenue 

Lundine, A. V 4658 Halsted street 

Lundquist, Carl 65 E. Chicago avenue 

Lundquist, L 6058 Morgan street 

Lundy, Axel '. 21 Milwaukee avenue 

Lunow, Otto 454 Hastings street 

Lurie, Henry 760 W. Division street 

Lurie, R 4301 Wentworth avenue 

Lurrie, I. H "• 6106 State street 

Lusk, M. J I'^S Michigan street 

Luzzo, Sam P. and D' Andrea, A 140 Hlinois street 

Lytthans, V. G 345 Milwaukee avenue 

Lynch, Dan. H. . 6343 State street 

Lynch, Ed and Proulx, Ed 200 Halsted street 

Lynch, Ed and Proulx, E 193 W. Van Buren street 

Lynch, Jas 19 S. Western avenue 

Lynch,' Jas 2641 38th street 

Lynch, Jas. P 181 E. 20th street 

Lynch, John A 6558 Bishop street 

Lynch, Jno. and Mich 171 S. Halsted street 

Lynch, John J • -2035 S. Clark street 

Lynch, M. and Long, F 349 E. 22d street 

Lynch, M. and Long, F 1809 Amiour avenue 

Lynch, R. J • ^31 W. 43d street 

Lynch, W. J 543 W. 43d street 

Lyon, Geo. W 684 Canal street 

Lyons, A 29 Huron street 

Lyons! ' Dan 48 Edgemont avenue 

Lyons, E 6456 State street 

Lyons,' Frank 3859 Wentworth avenue 

Lyons, Frank 4301 Halsted street 

Lyons, M. and J 500 31st street 

Lyons, R 235 N. Clark street 

Lyons,' Red 103 E. Kinzie street 

Lyons, Thos 165 Webster avenue 

Lyons, Walter 95 W. Van Buren street 

McAndrews, John 311 W. 14th place 



1906 



License No. 


Ward. 


178 


11 


.981 - 


17 


A- 29 6 


16 


2877 


29 


A-235 


9 


2286 


9 


4814 


11 


4369 


28 


6222 


27 


2032 


13 


1608 


12 


4285 


12 


85 


30 


964 


8 


3030 


29 


2507 


22 


2773 


31 


3928 


18 


2652 


11 


167 


15 


4437 


30 


3561 


31 


4978 


21 


A-831 


21 


2750 


17 


A-385 


7 


4872 


18 


5631 


18 


,A-728 


14 


1036 


5 


5513 


1 


5931 


31 


5473 


18 


A-914 


1 


A-160 


2 


1512 


1 


2626 


30 


5305 


30 


4458 


9 


2793 


22 


6283 


19 


5078 


32 


3586 


3 


3583 


30 


6182 


4 


6278 


21 


2070 


22 


4451 


23 


A-1V3 


18 


6300 


10 



Ot'tobor 22, 



1634 



190G 



Name. Address. 

McArdle, Jas 5600 Halsted street 

McArdle, M 224 E. 37th street 

McAtee, Brady J 108 E. 22d street 

McAiiley, M. J 3109 S. Halsted street 

McAiiliffe, Frank 4513 Gross avenue 

McAuliffe, John 187 Clark street 

McAuliffe, P. F. and McHugh, T 502 S. 48th avenue 

McBreen, Thos. and Rogers, J 72 Fullerton avenue 

McBride, Stephen 2800 Hillock avenue 

McBurney, W 4645 Wentworth avenue 

McCabe, Chas. W 233 W. Van Buren street 

MeCabe, Jno 671 Carroll avenue 

MoCaffery, D 2022 W. Harrison street 

McCahey, Frank 4451 Halsted street 

McCappin, Art 83 92d street 

McCarthy, C 4216 S. Ashland avenue 

McCarthy, D. J 345 31st street 

McCarthy, F. J 540 S. Western avenue 

McCarthy, Jas 917 W. 47th street 

McCarthy, Mrs. Jas 764 W. Lake street 

McCarthy, J 229 S. Canal street 

McCarthy, J. B 1151 W. Van Buren street 

McCarthy, J. D 1322 W. 18th place 

McCarthy, J. J 567 W. Erie street 

McCarthy, J. J 383 Ogden avenue 

McCarthy, M 9420 Commerciai avenue 

McCarthy, M. J 393 Wells street 

McCarthy, Maurice J 4161 S. Halsted street 

McCarthy, P. and T 59 N. State street 

McCarthy, P. and T 5700 Ashland aTenue 

McCarthy, S. F 240 N. Western avenue 

McCarthy, Thos 561 43d street 

McCarthy, Wm 6058 Cottage Grove avenue 

McCauley, Delia 369 Wells street 

McCauley, D. H. and W. T 181 W. Washington street 

McCauley, H. D. and W. T 123 W. Randolph street 

McCinniff, H. W 880 75th street 

McCloskey, M. F 263 W. Adams street 

MoCollum, A 82 N. State street 

McCollum, R 150 N. Halsted street 

McCormick, Jas . '. 297 Wells street 

McCormick, Jas. J 3462 Halsted street 

McCormick, Jos 4801 Halsted street 

McCormick, O. T 850 35th street 

McCormick, Wm 153 E. Division street 

McCormick T. J 5 E. 26th street 

McCoy, J. A 198 W. Van Buren street 

McCoy, M. J 3358 Dearborn street 

McCoy, S. J 3600 Wentworth avenue 

McCoy, Wm 3^8 Clark street 



icense No. 


Ward. 


2977 


31 


2489 


3 


330 


1 


2583 


4 


6290 


29 


3884 


1 


5511 


35 


4783 


24 


A- 5 


5 


680 


30 


1022 


18 


1295 


14 


1958 


13 


A-940 


29 


3179 


8 


A-835 


29 


994 


2 


1764 


20 


A-506 


29 


A-448 


14 


3412 


19 


3856 


13 


5187 


12 


3821 


14 


2361 


20 


584 


8 


2362 


22 


345 


30 


3348 


21- 


5628 


31 


4384 


14 


2841 


30 


344 


7 


4272 


22 


3467 


18 


3466 . 


18 


4811 


. 33 


6071 


18 


4891 


21 


1325 


17 


527 


22 


1520 


5 


2045 


30 


6047 


5 


2634 


22 


3137 


2 


A-634 


19 


5177 


3 


1840 


2 


5636 


1 



0<3tober 22, 



1635 



1906 



Name. Address. 

McCoy, Wm. J 12 S. Water street 

McCreery, Martin 1083 W. North avenue 

McDermott, J. F 681 Larrabee street 

McDermot, Jas 6601 Halsted street 

McDermott, F. P 5443 Ashland avenue 

McDermott, F. and J 1259 W. 51st street 

McDonough, L 2 Fuller street 

McDonald, C. 1249 Colorado avenue 

McDonald, Frank 156 Van Buren street 

McDonald, J. H 762 E. 63d street 

McDonald, Jas ' 355 Root street 

McDonald, R 147 Clinton street 

McDonald, T. F 739 Larrabee street 

McDonagh, M. J 2800 Archer avenue 

McDonnell, John 461 W. North avenue 

McDonough, John. . 3001 Haynes court 

McDougall, E. A 1305 W. 47th street 

McElligott, Jno. P 62 N. Halsted street 

McElligott, P. W • 59 N. Halsted street 

McEneely, T. J 203 Blue Island avenue 

McEvoy, Pat 2900 Cottage Grove avenue 

McEvoy, Pat 2564 Cottage Grove avenue 

McGann, Steve .20 S. Clark street 

McGarigle, J 122 E. 18th street 

McGarry, A 1289 S. California avenue 

McGarry, M. and B 347 Fifth avenue 

McGinnis, A 1214 W. Van Buren street 

McGinnis' A. L 3122 Grand avenue 

McGinnis, Jno. and Farquahar, Jno . . 1105 Blue Island ave 

McGinnis, L 308 State street 

McGinnis, Owen 422 State street 

McGinty, J. J • 4726 Ashland avenue 

McGinty, Martin 3604 S. Hermitage avenue 

McGinty & O'Brien 84 Adams street 

McGivern, J. A 836 Root street 

McGough, B 2106 W. 12th street 

McGovern, Frank • 1258 51st street 

McGovern, Terrance and Sheahan, P. J.. 4303 State street 

McGovern, Wm •• 5621 Ashland avenue 

McGowan, Jas 162 Chicago avenue 

McGrane, C 1447 Montrose avenue 

McGrath,' D. M. 113 E. 18th street 

McGrath, S 36 Michigan street 

McGrath, Thos. F 1059 W. 51st street 

McGrath, Wm. and Anderson, A 13 E. 13th street 

McGrath, Wm. J 315 Milwaukee avenue 

McGraw, J. J '. . .133 Lake street 

McGreal, P 3732 Cottage Grove avenue 

McGreevy, Jno. and Martin, P 2357 115th street 

McGreevy, Thos 3614 State street 



icense No. 


Ward. 


A-481 


1 


1430 


28 


76 


23 


5413 


32 


4483 


29 


5046 


29 


2415 


5 


4941 


35 


A-442 


1 


29 


7 


595 


30 


5856 


18 


2688 


23 


2838 


4 


723 


16 


492 . 


5 


5360 


. 29 


5572 


18 


858 


18 


2087 


19 


5681 


2 


5682 


2 


2736 


1 


3134 


1 


3811 


12 


604 


1 


4746 


13 


5918 


35 


432 


12 


1044 


1 


1213 


1 


1929 


29 


A-687 


5 


2399 


1 


2352 


30 


2989 


34 


3391 


29 


A-497 


6 


3572 


31 


4463 


22 


■ 1300 


27 


3290 


1 


2685 


22 


5711 


29 


3197 


1 


1205 


17 


691 


1 


3255 


3 


4073 


33 


3117 


3 



(\-tobor 22. 



1636 



1906 



^rcGuire, John 6854 Green street 

^teGuiro, Mike ; 5701 S. Halsted street 

MeCUiire, M 130 W. Van Biiren' street 

McGuire, Wm. and Cobb, A. C 70 Rush street 

McGuire, Wm. and Cobb, A 3311 Cottage Grove avenue 

:McHale, Dave 752 Ogden avenue 

McHale, Geo 265 Garfield avenue 

McHale, John 113 E. Erie street 

McHale, M. and Dwyer, A 191 N. Clark street 

McHenry, J. T 115 Fullerton avenue 

McHuo-h, Pat 1549 Indiana avenue 

Mclnerney, David 486 W. Van Buren street 

Melnerney, J. J 444 43d street 

McKendry, Jno. J 356 W. Adams street 

McKenna, J. P 5308 Wentworth avenue 

McKenzie, Chas 28 Custom House place 

McKenzie, John 400 Sedgwick street 

McKeon, Thos 80 W. Washington street 

McKiernan, F. and Vlach, J. F 249 Clark street 

McKlm, Hy 1434 W. 61st street 

McKown, Thos : . . 103 N. Clark street 

McLane, E. D 1720 Wabash avenue 

McLaughlin, James. . 9146 Commercial avenue 

McLaughlin, Jas 306 S. Clark street 

McLaughlin, J. H * 853 61st street 

McLaughlin, J. J 1015 W. Lake street 

McLaughlin, M 1237 Fulton street 

McLeod, A. . '. 6331 Halsted street 

McLeod, N 11506 Front street 

McLeod, N 2375 Kensington avenue 

McMahon, D 889 N. Clark street 

McMahon, Frank, 515 26th street 

McMahon, Jas. J 280 Grand avenue 

McMahon, P. J 6935 Stony Island avenue 

McMahon, Thos 3051 Archer avenue 

McManus, A. A 982 E. 63d street 

McMullen, E 634 S. 48th avenue 

McMullen, E. J 5656 Halsted street 

McMullen, John 718 S. Halsted street 

McNally, Jas. P 4914 Centre avenue 

McNally, John 5001 Ashland avenue 

McNally, M. J 2979 State street 

McNally, M. J 4647 Halsted street 

McNally', T 1533 W. 47th street 

McNally, Thos.... 4122 State street 

McNamara, J. J ...1047 Madison street 

McNamara Co., M., Inc 348 E. 37th street 

McNamara, M. and Wm 365 W. Taylor street 

McNamara, Thos ..9962 Commercial avenue 

McNamara, W. G 5257 May street 

McNarney, Jas. J 848 W. 42d street 



3206 


32 


3646 


31 


6009 


19 


A-780 


21 


1209 


3 


2969 


12 


3603 


23 


5623 


22 


5269 


21 


5964 


24 


1253 


1 


6315 


20 


3204 


30 


856 


18 


A-473 


30 


4119 


1 


A-573 


22 


4287 


18 


A-455 


1 


4475 


31 


2443 


21 


6214 


1 


908 


8 


2997 


1 


272 


7 


2308 


14 


5051 


14 


5656 


32 


A-683 


33 


2437 


33 


638 


23 


2943 


4 


5743 


17 


6133 


7 


2229 


5 


3563 


7 


5188 


35 


5552 


31 


3860 


9 


4487 


29 


2751 


29 


3211 


2 


3208 


30 


1976 


29 


2986 


30 


6346 


13 


2851 


3 


2156 


19 


5896 


8 


2847 


29 


5642 


30 



October 22, 



1637 



1906 



Name. Address. 

McNeill, M. H 581 State street 

McNicholas, B 4915 Halsted street 

McNicholas & Son, Jno .4431 Halsted street 

McNicholas, Jphn 5200 Morgan street 

McNicbolas, J 3791 Archer avenue 

McNicholas, P. J 4655 Wentworth avenue 

McNulty, M 578 Ogden avenue 

McNulty, Martin 28 Wells street 

MacPherson, H 388 State street 

McQuade, Frank 1656 W. 69th street 

McQuade, Frank 3600 Wallace street 

McQuaid, Bridget 4832 Wentworth avenue 

McQuaid, Mrs. B 4305 Wood street 

McQuaid, Chas. F 2001 State street 

McQuaid, -Mrs. M. 423 W. 51st street 

McShane, A 1928 S. 40th avenue 

McTague, Chas 2801 Emerald aveiiue 

McVady, A. and A. C . .6344 Cottage Grove avenue 

McVady, A. J 6850 Green street 

McWilliams, John 139 Sacramento avenue 

Maas, Pud, Jr 251 Dayton street 

Macak, Vac 2022 47th street 

Mach, John 234 Washburn avenue 

Machinis, A. and Bournazos, D. G 1643 35th street 

Machmert, Geo 658 Belmont avenue 

Maciejewski, B. L . . 1306 W. 18th place 

Maciejewski, B. L 816 W. 17th street 

Maciejewski, P 908 N. Hermitage avenue 

Maciosek, J . . 4224 S. Ashland avenue 

Maciosezek, W 1201 N. Irving avenue 

Mack, Frank 1676 W. 12th street 

Mackavis, J. A .819 S. Halsted street 

JNIacken, Mrs. Katie 4716 Centre avenue 

Mackey, P. J. and T. P 1577 W. 12th street 

Macko, Frank 1131 Turner avenue 

Mackowiak, Jos. and Augistyniak, I.. 4841 Elizabeth street 

Macko, Gust 2701 Cottage Grove avenue 

Madagin, M. P 4358 State street 

Madden, D , . . 51 Center street 

Mader, F. W 601 Wells street 

Madia, G 372 S. Clark street 

Maehl, Nic 280 S. Clark street 

Magee, D. J 771 Austin avenue 

Maggio, Nick 2242 Wentworth avenue 

Magnussen, G. S 252 Grand avenue 

Magovac, John .821 Blue Island avenue 

Maguire, M. S 26 E. 16th street 

Maguy, T. L 474 W. Harrison street 

Maher & Co., E. J. Maher, Pres 228 W. Madison street 

Mahlor, Geo 50 S. State street 



Liicense No. 


Ward. 


6082 


1 


2875 


30 


4489 


30 


2876 


29 


2376 


5 


5745 


30 


2300 


20 


2209 


21 


240'7 


1 


A-478 


31 


3569 


5 


A-627 


30 


5632 


29 


5789 


1 


5803 


30 


2086 


34 


4624 


4 


3238 


7 


403 


32 


2520 


14 


3774 


23 


A-611 


29 


5296 


10 


5 


5 


2687 


26 


A-944 


12 


340 


11 


3631 


16 


333 


29 


3722 


28 


2305 


12 


5500 


9 


5702 


29 


2806 


13 


6022 


12 


A-428 


29 


3541 


2 


5112 


30 


4685 


23 


4220 


21 


1103 


1 


412 


1 


3598 


14 


2792 


4 


6070 


17 


5186 


11 


4974 


1 


196S 


19 


A-480 


IS 


2124 


1 



iVtobor 22, 1638 

Name. Address. 

Maliiike, Chas 449 26th street 

Malioney, D. and Haggerty, D. P 1254 93d street 

Mahonev. -lolin V 6259 lialsted street 

Mahr Jul 1^1 Roscoe street 

Mahr', Peter 1394 N. Clark street 

Maierzyk, I 4543 Justine street 

Maikowiak, S -183 W. Randolph street 

Maise M 3838 Cottage Grove avenue 

Maise,'Math 1438 Indiana avenue 

Maiwurm, H. F 79 Monroe street 

Majdecki, W 4741 Elizabeth street 

Majerns/Niek 3144 N. Humboldt street 

Majestic Hotel, F. Hall 18 Quincy street 

Mejewski, A 17 Crittenden street 

Majloth, John 1000 W. 119th street 

Maka John 4105 Ashland avenue 

Makowski, And 847 Milwaukee avenue 

Malak. Felix 12259 Wallace street 

Malatesta, John 956 W. 63d street 

Mahlburg, Barney 553 Sedgwick street 

Malchow, J. and Plohr, Harry 66 Adams street 

Malcom, F. B 153 Washington street 

Malecha, Chas 1405 S. 40th avenue 

Malecki A 8501 Ontario avenue 

Malecki' M 722 Dickson street 

M^lig, Chas .' 3296 W. 12th street 

Malinovieh, Jacob 501 W. 14th street 

Malinowski, B 2900 Milwaukee avenue 

Malinski, Wm 2 Blucher street 

Malinsky, Jos 1370 Homan avenue 

Mallinger, John 5358 Ashland avenue 

Mallinger, John 160 Burling street 

Mallinger, John 545 N. Halsted street 

Malloy, E 188 Clark street 

Malmborg, Victor 9301 Commercial avenue 

Malone, John 632 31st street 

Malone, L • -203 W. Taylor street 

Maloney, J. T 833 S. Lawndale avenue 

Maloney, P 1551 W. 12th street 

Maloney, P. H 42 E. Polk street 

Maloney, P. J 1689 Ogden avenue 

Maloney, P. J 1^63 Ogden avenue 

Maloney, P. T 409 Lincoln avenue 

Maloney, T.J 4706 State street 

Malpede, Sam. 196 Sherman street 

Maltzen, K. S 252 Milwaukee avenue 

Mammoser, M • 2215 Wentworth avenue 

Manasse, Herm 1178 Milwaukee avenue 

Mandelson, M 374 W. Madison street 

Mandich, M • 8932 The Strand 



1906 



icense No. 


Ward. 


920 


4 


154 


33 


4771 


31 


6136 


26 


5483 


25 


2050 


29 


4513 


18 


A-359 


3 


1597 


1 


3247 


1 


A-149 


29 


51 


27 


3707 


1 


1910 


17 


4676 


33 


6367 


29 


1231 


16 


2439 


33 


1496 


31 


695 


23 


986 


1 


5408 


1 


6356 


34 


848 


8 


A-40'3 


16 


1060 


34 


6017 


10 


6044 


27 


5808 


16 


6260 


12 


A-896 


29 


A-897 


23 


5487 


22 


5915 


1 


5895 


8 


529 


4 


5685 


19 


2048 


34 


2622 


13 


5427 


1 


411 


34 


2623 


34 


555 


25 


6207 


30 


4695 


1 


2187 


17 


3570 


4 


3289 


16 


3142 


18 


3410 


S 



October 22, 



1639 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Mandernach, M 1505 W. 51st street 

Mangan, Wm 152 Centre avenue 

Mangier Catering Co., The, Wm. Mangier, P. and T 

119 La, Salle street 

Manhal, Carrie 3618 Kedzie avenue 

Manheim, W. H 220 W. Randolph street 

Maniurka, Con 370 N. Ashland avenue 

Mankowski, Jos 723 W. 17th street 

Mann, Geo. A 130 Ontario street 

Mann, Wm 2250 Milwaukee avenue 

Mannion, Pat 87 88th street 

Manny, Jos 84 N". Carpenter street 

Mantel, M . 3157 Fox street 

Mantell, R 4466 Fifth avenue 

Marks, A. A 406 W. North avenue 

Marks, Abe and Epstein, Abe 275 W. Madison street 

Marks, E 225 W. Madison street 

Marks, I. and L. 229 W. Madison street 

Marks, Louis 257 W. Monroe street 

Martin, Albert 601 Racine avenue 

Martin, E. and Bianchi, B 1341 North Clark street 

Martin, Hy 2 Elburn avenue 

Martin, J 379 Elston avenue 

Martin, Jno. and Jas 97 Wells street 

Martin, Joe 383 23d '-street 

Martin, R 20 Charles place 

Martin, Wm 3628 S. Halsted street 

Martin, Wm 32 Wallace street 

Marach, Mrs. Mary 27 Fay street 

Maravifilia, J. G 616 W. Van Buren street 

Marceau, L 1228 Indiana avenue 

Marciniak, Jos. . 825 W. 31st street 

Marciniak, M , . 8645 Houston avenue 

Marcinkewicz, Geo 1925 45th street 

Marcinkewicz, J. and Malleski, Wm...,149 W. 18th street 

MarcinkoAvski, Val 3703 Centre avenue 

Marcus, A. B 1911 Archer avenue 

Marcey, J. and Newhart, Chas 51 State street 

Marek, F. J 655 W. 25th street 

Marelli, A 10 Wells street 

Margraff , Chas 473 22d street 

Marik, Joe 1559 W. 47th street 

Mark, Ed and Markel, O. J. .752 63d street 

Mark, John P 2634 Milwaukee avenue 

Markey, L 3504 Vincennes avenue 

Markiewicz, Jos. J 342 N. Ashland avenue 

Markowski, M 786 W. 17th street 

Markulis, F 2733 Archer avenue 

Marlow, Jas. R 3301 Wallace street 

Marmitt, J 1861 Lincoln avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


5365 


29 


3989 


19 


3818 


1 


560 


5 


A- 6 


18 


3389 


17 


2665 


11 


5492 


22 


A-153 


27 


2581 


8 


1635 


18 


2596 


5 


3548 


30 


3321 


16 


5446 


18 


4410 


18 


4412 


18 


A-734 


18 


361 


24 


1451 


25 


4827 


19 


4698 


16 


3233 


22 


120?4 


4 


1782 


1 


A-920 


5 


736 


4 


2241 


17 


5661 


20 


6010 


1 


4504 


4 


A-370 


8 


4631 


29 


1989 


9 


144 


5 


4526 


1 


4657 


30 


4001 


12 


3332 


21 


6324 


4 


A-115 


29 


3804 


7 


4779 


27 


2342 


3 


449 


17 


5639 


n 


449 


4 


1379 


5 


2054 


2G 



October 22, 



1640 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Maronde, Chas 5161 State street 

Maros, Anton 3711 Kedzie avenue 

Marose, Ferd 3650 S. Winchester avenue 

Marroni, M 422 Dearborn street 

Marsh, E 9264 S. Chicago avenue 

Marshall, A 146 Perry street 

Marshall, Jos 171 E. 21st street 

Marshall, Thos 292 E. 22d street 

Marshall, W. and F 48 S. Water street 

Marski, Jac 689 Wrightwood avenue 

Marszatek, St 44 Fuller street 

Martonsen, M. and Anderson, H 138 Oak street 

Martincic, Jac 937 Blue Island avenue 

jNravtinek, ¥ 2035 W. 47th street 

M-irtzan, ^^'icd 1122 W. 13th street 

Marwilzi W • • • • 1^^5 N. 56th court 

Marx, A. and Fred. 121 Clark street 

Marx, Gust 64 W. Lake street 

Marx, Henry 391 W. Erie street 

Marz, W. . J 1151 Armitage avenue 

Marzano, D 87 Forquer street 

Masesso, Nicola 250 Forquer street 

Maskell, John 364 Adams street 

Maskell, John and P. T 4453 State street 

Maslonka, Jno 4254 Ashland avenue 

Masny, S 30 Kuble street 

Masny, St 40 String street 

Mason, D. D 2597 Evanston avenue 

Maskandrea, E 96 Polk street 

Masterson, Mrs. Thos 5900 Centre avenue 

Mastny, Vac. 279 W. 20th street 

Matas, V. J 3158 N. 40th avenue 

Mathews, John W 3823 Kedzie avenue 

Mathiesen, O. G 558 Armitage avenue 

Mathis, Geo .96 Churchill street 

Matousek, Jac 1451 Trumbull avenue 

Matson, Geo 1749 N. Clark street 

Mattas, Jos 465 W. 18th street 

Matthias, H 2607 S. Halsted street 

Matthews, John 1145 Michigan avenue 

Mattmueller, M 565 Wells street 

Matuszewski, T. V 1205 S. Western avenue 

Matutis, Wm 123 W. 14th place 

Mavigliano, M 1109 Grand avenuie 

Mau, Gust 887 N. Halsted street 

Maurer, Geo 439 Canal street 

Mauthe, A 129 Hudson avenue 

Mautner, Joseph 3415 N. Clark street 

Mayer, Chas 1921 Lincoln avenue 

Mayer, M. C 37 N. Clark street 



icense No. 


Ward. 


1392 


7 


A- 3 12 


5 


160 


5 


5250 


1 


2662 


8 


3724 


24 


1042 


1 


2420 


1 


1273 


1 


1199 


24 


5125 


5 


1978 


22 


3901 


11 


A- 181 


29 


1517 


12 


A-142 


27 


4655 


1 


1067 


18 


5592 


17 


2015 


27 


5872 


19 


A-704 


19 


5148 


18 


1897 


6 


2495 


29 


A-927 


9 


5196 


9 


3650 


25 


6067 


1 


6105 


31 


5992 


10 


5827 


27 


4673 


5 


A-277 


28 


3891 


28 


3966 


12 


5230 


25 


1413 


10 


18 


4 


4118 


33 


3139 


21 


1059 


12 


1687 


9 


818 


14 


4672 


24 


2434 


19 


4361 


22 


441 


26 


2562 


26 


1177 


21 



October 22, 



1641 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Mayer, John 3934 Wentworth avenue 

Mayer, John 674 S. Jefferson street 

Mayer, Mary 3587 Milwaukee avenue 

Mayetich, John 8957 Green Bay avenue 

May, Phil 470 Larrabee street 

May, A 662 W. Chicago avenue 

Mayr, Jac, Jr 134 W. 18th street 

Maysack, Ernst 813 Robey street 

Maza, Frank 1285 N. Leavitt street 

Mazac, Jos 1243 S. Turner avenue 

Mazarakos, N. and Contaxas, C 15 Deajborn street 

Mazelanskis, J 2401 Auburn avenue 

Mazercik, John 20 Augusta street 

Mazurczak, M 4501 S. Wood street 

Mazurek, Frank 8424 Superior avenue 

Mazurek, W. and Klatecki, J 1190 N. Robey street 

Mazurkiewiez, M 141 W. Clybourn place 

Ma^urkiewicz, P. 677 Dickson street 

Mear, Mrs. A 284 S. Hoyne avenue 

Meccia, B 66 Milton avenue 

Meccia, Vito 77 Ewing street 

Medalis, J. M 8707 Commercial avenue 

Medosh, Frank 9478 Ewing avenue 

Meegan, John 1636 W. 47th street 

Meegan, Pat 4512 Gross avenue 

Meehan, H 1488 Ogden avenue 

Meentz, F. E...,. 2855 41st court 

Meeteren, H. V 11256 Michigan avenue 

Mehrholz, Wm 708 E. Belmont avenue 

Meier H 616 N. Ashland avenue 

Meinken, Jul 593 Milwaukee avenue 

Meisch, N 801 W. 119th street 

Meisner, John 1238 IST. Western avenue 

Meisterheim, Lorenz 1115 W. 12th street 

Melander, Claus 3112 State street 

Melegari, L "^5 Illinois street 

Melchert, Mrs. T 740 N. Wood street 

Malichar, J. . • 147 Bunker street 

Melink, John /. 1226 W. Polk street 

Meleka, Tom 3300 Archer avenue 

Melka, Vac 1371 Spaulding avenue 

Mellin, J. F 1099 N. Oakley avenue 

Mellon, D 8239 Halsted street 

Melody, W 185 21st street 

Melvin, John 166 W. Harrison street 

Mendelsohn, Sam A . .61 N. Clark street 

Mendelsohn, S 1129 Southport avenue 

Mendelson, S. and L 101 Halsted street 

Mendelson, Morris 395 S. Centre avenue 

Mendelson, T 987 W. Madison street 



icense No. 


Ward. 


2235 


30 


3680 


9 


.6177 


27 


3549 


8 


3309 


23 


1348 


15 


1785 


9 


A-672 


11 


2246 


•28 


2274 


12 


2344 


1 


286 


5 


4797 


17 


675 


29 


1723 


8 


A-211 


16 


5479 


16 


4861 


16 


853 


20 


4924. 


22 


5080 


19 


1733 


8 


1437 


8 


4764 


29 


3532 


29 


1994 


12 


1051 


34 


3458 


33 


A-299 


26 


5883 


16 


1712 


17 


5106 


33 


A-826 


28 


6195 


20 


2373 


2 


6270 


22 


1221 


16 


2320 


19 


4268 


13 


A-833 


5 


4003 


12 


5641 


28 


3854 


32 


1658 - 


9 


6198 


19 


5756 


21 


3605 


26 


2704 


18 


1921 


10 


1575 


20 



V\'(ol)or 22, 



1G42 



1906 



Name. Address. 

^^oni;e, Henry 3700 State street 

Mcnicucci, H 519 Wabash avenu« 

Meuiciicci, H. and Tognotti, L 479 Wabash avenue 

Ment<>en, J. P 3475 N. Clark street 

Merando, Sal 146 State street (top floor) 

Merliant, Frank 89 Fisk street 

Merkel, Anton 418 Larrabee street 

Merkel, Paul 3753 N. Clark street 

Merker, Frank 2500 Wallace street 

Merker, Robt 142 Cleveland avenue 

Merkle & Son, P. and E La Salle Street Station 

Merlo, M. and Louionco, G 82 Oak street 

Mertens, E. F 337 Washburn avenue 

Mertes M 1606 W. 51st street 

Messeno-er, H 1600 Wabash avenue 

Mester, Wm 144 Michigan street 

Metropole Hall Buffet, A. Lindskoy, Prop.. 456 31st street 

Metropole Hotel, R. H. Kennett 2300 Michigan avenue 

Metropolitan Amusement Assn., The, Inc., Chas. Hasterlick, 

PYes 6038 Cottage Grove avenue 

Mette, Geo 2473 Archer avenue 

Metzen, Michael 119 W. Adams street 

Metzo-er, Geo 180 Monroe street 

Meuthen, H. and Schart, A 172 Clybourn avenue 

Mezydto, Roch 4359 S. Wood street 

Mezydto, Roch 4404 S. Wood street 

Meyer, A 554 E. 31st street 

Meyer, Anton 2776 N. Western avenue 

Meyer, Casper 2494 Lincoln avenue 

Meyer, Cerf 125 Blue Island avenue 

Meyer, Frank 192 W. 22d place 

Meyer, Franz 1049 N. 42d avenue 

Meyer, Mrs. Geo 1188 Harvard street 

Meyer, Geo. and Wm 46 State street 

Meyer, Gus 991 W. 21st place 

Mayer, J. S 47 Van Buren street 

Meyer, Louis 2516 Archer avenue 

Meyer, M 770 Sheffield avenue 

Meyer, W 1435 W. Madison street 

Meyer, A¥m 1003 Armitage avenue 

Meyer & Son, W. (Paul & Lewis) 77 Chicago avenue 

Meyer, John 4700 Wentworth 

Meyers, Frank 2313 Lincoln avenue 

Miller, Chas 22 Maud avenue 

Miller, E "^21 Elston avenue 

Miller, Frank . 8901 Escanaba avenue 

Miller, Fred C 603 W. 14th street 

Miller, Geo 352 26th street 

Miller Geo. F 453 Monticello avenue 

Miller, H. B 3000 State street 



License No. Ward. 



5411 


3 


264 


1 


263 


1 


73 


26 


5760 


1 


A- 126 


10 


4190 


23 


1130 


26 


5345 


4 


A-717 


22 


3239 


1 


A-191 


22 


3055 


11 


A-188 


29 


414 


1 


2516 


21 


668 


2 


1880 


2 


A-196 


7 


1380 


4 


326 


18 


1586 


1 


1762 




A-749 


29 


1136 


29 


3223 


4 


6310 


26 


4396 


27 


1440 


19 


5653 


11 


4111 


27 


A-431 


13 


462 


1 


4605 


12 


2790 


1 


1381 


4 


A-293 


25 


A-819 


13 


248 


27 


5684 


22 


3973 


30 


3504 


27 


120 


24 


4567 


16 


2689 


8 


5458 


11 


6168 


4 


5667 


35 


1374 


2 



Cetober 22, 



1643 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Miller, H. B 3501 Halsted street 

Miller, Henry. 3322 S. Western avenue 

Miller, J. H 553 W. 14tli street 

Miller, John H 805 S. Kedzie avenue 

Miller, J. G 3091 Evanston avenue 

Miller, J. P 2167 Archer avenue 

Miller, John 3106 Wentworth avenue 

Miller, Kent 228 E. 22d street 

Miller, Louis 254 W. Division street 

Miller, Otto 7901 Halsted street 

Miller, P. A 2101 State street 

Miller, Peter 501 31st street 

Miller, Robt. 120 S. Halsted street 

Miller, Wm 223 Wabansia avenue 

Miller, Wm 95 E. 16th street 

Michael, J. B. . 592 Courtland street 

Michaelson, A 143 Grand avenue 

Michaelson, W. 227 Milwaukee avenue 

Michal, Jos 107 Quincy street 

Michalak, Jan 4507 Laflin street 

Michalee, Vac 1393 St. Louis avenue 

Michalik, W 331 N. May street 

Michan, Frank 9190 S. Chicago avenue 

Michau, 8461 Mackinaw avenue 

Michaud, Jos 2100 State street 

Michel, Anton 881 N. Halsted street 

Michel, Aug 387 S. State street 

Michelini, P . . 541 W. Fullerton avenue 

Michels, Ph . . 606 32d street 

Michelsen, Carl 119 W. 26th street 

Mickow, Hy 149 W. 26th street 

Mid-Day Club, F. S. Winston, V. P., P. 1717, 119 Monroe st 

Miehle, Jno. and Voght, E. . 68 W. Van Buren street 

Mieling, Hy 565 W. Chicago avenue 

Mielowski, S 3071 Broad street 

Mientus, A 935 Blue Island avenue 

Mies, P 948 Armitage avenue 

Migit, N 5358 Marshfield avenue 

Mika, Jas 514 Lincoln street 

Mikalowski, S 4501 Hermitage avenue 

Mikotajczak, S 752 S. Wood street 

Mikulie, Nick 8902 Strand 

Milakovich, M 9427 Ewing avenue 

Milakovich, Tbos 9001 Green Bay avenue 

Mildazis, Mike 68 W. 25th street 

Mildner, Julius 59 Dearborn street 

Milek, J. W : . . . 620 Milwaukee avenue 

Milewski, Jos. and Stankiewicz, F..931 Blue Island avenue 

Millhouse, Hy 353 24th street 

Millies, Fred 1802 W. 16th street 



License No. 


Ward. 


1521 


5 


5212 


5 


5153 


10 


2234 


12 


2839 


25 


6081 


1 


3819 


2 


5197 


1- 


371 


16 


2174 


3^ 


A-465 


1 


A-918 


4 


3256 


18 


60196 


16 


3506 


1 


1561. 


28 


2220 . 


17 


578 


IT 


A-856 


1 


6317 


29 


4701 


12 


1911 


17 


1784 


8 


1700 


8 


935 


1 


3347 


23: 


1938 


1 


1684 


28 


919 


4 


5282 


12 


1995 


12 


517 


1 


2350 


19 


4305 


14 


2826 


5 


1526 


11 


769 


28 


2469 


29 


1709 


11 


3232 


29 


A-254 


11 


3181 


8 


1731 


8 


4037 


8 


.5538 


11 


A-42 


1 


A-322 


17 


A-609 


11 


1038 


4 


2007 


34 



t)ctober 2i 



1644 



1906 



Name. Address, 

Millostan, John 206 Cleaver street 

Millostan, M. J 943 Elston avenue 

Milosh, K 2165 Archer avenue 

Z^niwaukee Avenue Co-op., Store, G. T. Oisen, Treas 

401 Milwaukee avenue 

Minarik, Jas. J 11^1 Sawyer avenue 

Mincer Ben 48 W. Adams street 

Mindekowski, F 444 Noble street 

Minke Chas 49 E. Fullerton avenue 

Minke, Jacob 662 North avenue 

Minola, James 1008 W. Harrison street 

Mintz, David. 2523 W. 38th street 

Minucciani, Jno 2107 W. Van Buren street 

Minzberg, Jac 1500 State street 

Misek, Al 1282 Sawyer avenue 

Misser, N 1656 S. 40th avenue 

Mitchell, Austin 4718 Centre avenue 

Mitchell, J. G -5700 State street 

Mitchell, Sidney 4902 State street 

Mitchell, Wm 1472 Indiana avenue 

Mitchellopulos, Wm 292 W. Taylor street 

Mittelstaedt, F 1134 S. Western avenue 

Mittelstaedt, J 701 S. Wood street 

Mladek, Frank 1313 Central Park avenue 

Mladic, M 587 S. Centre avenue 

Mladic, M 617 Centre avenue 

Moore, Pat • • 1605 Wabash avenue 

Moore R 1628 35th street 

Moore, T 246 W. 12th street 

Moore', Thos. and Ginter, A 1985 W. 22d street 

Moore, Thos. J 5522 S. Halsted street 

Moe Otto •' • 295 Milwaukee avenue 

Moehrl, Jno. E 4804 State street 

Moeller, H. F 869 Blue Island avenue 

Moenck, Fred 531 Thomas street 

Moerk, Chas 30 W. Ohio street 

Moessner, Jac 1411 103d street 

Moezynski, Jas • 1 20th place 

Mohr, H. C 22 Iowa street 

Molk,' Herm 751 W. 20th street 

Molloy, John J 30 E. Erie street 

Molstad, Gilbert 547 N. California avenue 

Monaghan, Chas 9205 Commercial avenue 

Monahan, Eugene 119 S. Halsted street 

Monahan, J. J. and Kennedy, P. T 81 N. Clark street 

Monahan, M. P 2111 Dearborn street 

Monahan, Thos 9360 Cottage Grove avenue 

Mondik, John 136 W. Huron street 

Mondik, John 954 Clybourn avenue 

Mondry, F 1784 N. Central Park avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


318 


16 


A-879 ■ 


16 


3199 


1 


4996 


17 


1017 


12 


2019 


18 


2885 


17 


A-888 


24 


3678 


15 


1956 


20 


1315 


5 


3220 


34 


647 


1 


3516 


12 


6355 


34 


2459 


29 


2758 


31 


5750 


30 


133 


1 


1727 


19 


629 


12 


630 


11 


1703 


34 


6345 


10 


6050 


10 


■ 2092 


1 


2852 




4677 


9 


A-916 


34 


A-157 


31 


A-748 


17 


803 


.30 


5312 


11 


2292 


15 


3669 


17 


3416 


32 


4729 


9 


657 


15 


6255 


11 


5088 


•22 


A-625 


15 


1148 


8 


5635 


18 


• 4895 


21 


3835 


1 


A-661 


33 


A-863 


17 


5315 


24 


4686 


27 



October 22, 



1645 1906 



Name. Address. 

Mondry, Jos -Q^^ Throop street 

Moni, Alex 834 W. Harrison street 

Mono Vineyard & Wine Co., Wm. Schimberg, Pres 

235 Milwaukee aveneu" 

Montag, Geo 1683 W. 12th street 

Montag, John 58G0 Ashland avenue 

Montague, F . 108 W. Madison street 

Montague Bros. Co., M. Montague, Pres. .3872 Cottage Grove 

Montgomery, Frank 501 N. Clark street 

Monti, Sal • 45 Milton avenue 

Monyak, W ' 3635 Paulina street 

Monzuros, Theo. and Colovos, Gust 371 Halsted street 

Moody, E. M. 40 E. Van Buren street 

Mooney, Jas 857 Halsted street 

Mooney, P. R • 2362 Cottage Grove avenue 

Morgan, A. W. and Bollenbach, H. .55 E. Washington street 

Morgan, E. L , • 224 92d street 

Morgan, K H 2210 Wabash avenue 

Morris,' Edwa.rd 146 Fifth avenue 

Morris, Jacob 200 E. Van Buren street 

Morris Wine & Liquor Co., Inc., K. Morris, Secy 

635 W. Taylor street 

Morris, John 239 E. 22d street 

Morris, M 515 W. 12th street 

Morrison, Aaron A 516 Clybourn avenue 

Morrison, Dan 469 S. Robey street 

Morrison Hotel & Rest. Co., Inc., H. C. Moir..l26 Madison st 
Morrison Hotel Co., Inc., H. C. Moir .... 126 Madison street 
Morrison Hotel & Rest. Co., H. C. Moir. . . .153 Clark street 

Moran, A. P 3608 Cottage Grove, avenue 

Moran! Martin 4231 S. Halsted street 

Moran, Pat. 7001 Loomis street 

Moran, Steve 5200 Aberdeen street 

Moran, Thos , • -513 W. 12th street 

Moran, Thos... 114 Randolph street 

Moran, T. J • 5100 Halsted street 

Morand, P. J. and S. . . .308 W. Madison street 

Morand, P. J. and S • 64 Monroe street 

Morand, P. J. and S .31 State street 

Morand, -P. J. and S 331 S. May street 

Moravec, John 756 W. 18th street 

Moravec, John .723 W. 18th place 

Morawczynski, John 319 N. Sangamon street 

Morgenroth, Herman 4261 S. Ashland avenue 

Morin, Nap ". 233 115th street 

Morinecz, 1 4221 Ashland avenue 

Morrisey, T. E 769 W. Van Buren street 

Morrissey, E. and O'Donnell, J. J 297 W. Lake street 

Morse, Chas. E 2059 Evanston avenue 

Mortenson, J 5054 Wentworth avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


1540 


10 


2537 . 


20 


3874 


17 


1316 


13 


4485 


31 


6305 


18 


A-476 


3- 


2095 


21 


2281 


22 


5035 


5 


6226 


19 


5410 


1 


1603 


9 


1024 


2 


666 


1 


1650 


8 


5057 


' 2 


A-501 


1 


A-357 


1 


5582 


20 


2168 


2 


3530 




A-543 


23 


5617 


20 


989 


1 


988 


1 


A-668 


1 


610 


3 


1947 


30 


A-19 


.32 


4649 


29 


2834 


19 


1652 


1 


1618 


29 


5316 


18 


5317 


1 


5318 


1 


5882 


19 


A-943 


11 


. 5644 


11 


4133 


17 


1423 


29 


5528 


33 


1367 


29 


308 


20 


6291 


18 


95 


25 


4163 


30 



October 22, 



1646 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Mosack, Jos 3500 State street 

Mosbacher, Z 1678 Elston avenue 

Moscienski, M 340 N. Carpenter street 

Moses, M 4956 State street 

Mosc'eris, T 128 W. 15tli place 

Mosher, John D 195 Erie street 

Hosier, Theo. and Schreiber, R 82 W. Lake street 

Mostek, Ig 1193 N. Robey street 

Motroni, Peter 828 W. Polk street 

Mott, R. T 2700 State street 

Motycka, John 4009 S. Ashland avenue 

Motzny, V 294 N. Centre avenue 

Mount, Frank 96 La Salle avenue 

Mowen, Chas 2535 Cottage Grove avenue 

Moynahan, J. M 640 Madison street 

Mozart Garden Co., N. B. Cregier, Pres. .631 N. Clark street 

Mrazek, Anton 1221 Kedzie avenue 

Mruzynski, W 1423 W. 47th street 

Muckewis, Walter 2 Elston avenue 

Mudlaif, Al 1117 Elston avenue 

Mudlaff, Leo 365 Southport avenue 

Muehlhoelzl, C 1357 Diversey avenue 

Muehling, Hugo 3115 N. Clark street 

Muellemans, Mrs. H 606 Jefferson street 

Mueller, Ed 663 W. North avenue 

Mueller, G. A • 251 Wells street 

Mueller, Herm 250 E. 39th street 

Mueller, Mrs. J. B 17 W. Randolph street 

Mueller, J. C 563 Southport avenue 

Mueller, John W 2243 51st street 

Mueller, Jul 7611 Greenwood avenue 

Mueller, L 79 Larrabee street 

Mueller, 0. J 27 E. North avenue 

Mueller, M. J 933 N. Halsted street 

Muenster, Chas 995 Southport avenue 

Muersch, Geo. C 5150 S. Western avenue 

Mugnai, Steve . . 1187 W. Harrison street 

Mukus, W . 3310 Mosspratt street 

Mulac, Vaclav 1309 Turner avenue 

Mulbrandon, Pat 174 Blue Island avenue 

Mulchay Bros., Inc., Thos. Mulchay, Sec, 50 W. Washington 

Mulcahy, Con . .3458 Forrest avenue 

Mulcahy, Thos. and Harty, John. 2883 Throop street 

Mulkeen, J 5438 Wentworth avenue 

Mullady,' Frank 503 N. Clark street 

Mullaney, J 6316 Cottage Grove avenue 

Mullauer' F 400 117th street 

Mullee, Mrs. M. 3023 Archer avenue 

Mullen, Ja,s. H 5513 Ashland avenue 

Mullen, M 30 Superior street 



License No. Ward. 



5951 


3 


A-800 


27 


6219 


17 


3258 


30 


A-240 


9 


4555 


21 


3594 


18 


3260 


28 


5859 


20 


2436 


2 


6210 


29 


418 


■»-7 


4289 


21 


4202 


2 


A-551 


20 


4971 


21 


6228 


12 • ,1 


3789 


29 ! 


2523 


17 


3767 


16 1. 


4927 


24 


369 


25 1 


3473 


26 1 


4314 


9 1 


2109 


28 1 


4327 


•22 1 


2870 


3 1 


6231 


^^ 1 


1332 


24 1 


A-830 


29 1 


3488 ■ 


33 1 


5674 


22 


5432 


23 


3183 


24 


A-52 


26 


1493 


29 


6281 


13 


3393 


5 


A-70 


12 


3995 


19 


939 


18 


A-637 


3 


2701 


4 


1317 


30 


613 


21 


3133 


7 


A-250 


33 1 


2649 


5 1 


A-904 


31 1 


1141 


22 1 



October 22, ~ 1C47 1906 

Name. Address. 

Muller, Fred 2422 Went worth avenue 

Mulligan, John 2270 W. Harrison street 

Mulloch, V. and Gerlich, F 11746 Indiana avenue 

Muloski, Aug 3033 Archer avenue 

Mulrooney, T. J 1357 W. Van Buren street 

Mulroy, B 321 35th street 

Multan, W . 367 W. 25th street 

Mulvany, E. C 5741/2 Wahash avenue 

Mulvihill, Dan and Ahern, John 265 Kedzie avenue : 

Mundt, August 243 Diversey avenue 

Mundt, Aug 413 W. FuUerton avenue 

Munsch, J. P 434 W. Huron street 

Munster, Mich 57 E. Huron street 

Murphy, Annie 5444 State street 

Murphy, Con 9451 Cottage Grove avenue 

Murphy, D 480 Grand avenue 

Murphy, Dan 3702 Wallace street 

Murphy, Denis ^ 211 Root street 

Murphy, Dennis H 13501 Erie avenue 

Murphy, F. H 3600 State street 

Murphy, Frank 2934 29th street 

Murphy, Geo. E 4658 Wentworth avenue 

Murphy, J. C 447 N. Clark street 

Murphy, J. M 1841 N. Clark street 

Murphy, James 29 W. Randolph street 

Murphy, John .3701 Halsted street 

Murphy, John 483 S. Western avenue 

Murphy, John 3556 S. Ashland avenue 

Murphy, John J ■ • • • 822 W. 37th street 

Murphy, Mrs. K. . 735 36th street 

Murphy, L 2540 W. Harrison street 

Murphy, M 895 W. North avenue 

Murphy, M. and Cook, Geo 117 Dearborn street 

Murphy, M 1756 9:3d street 

Murphy; M 443 W. Lake street 

Murphy, M 4656 Wentworth ;avenue 

Murphy, M : 360 W. Taylor street 

Murphy, M. J 150 Wells street 

Murphy, M. J . . . 3071 Throop street 

Murphy, Peter 7859 State street 

Murphy," P. J 1658 W. 63d street 

Murphy, P. H ,. 5201 Centre avenue 

Murphy, Thos. C 5601 Centre avenue 

Murphy, W. H 594 W. Van Buren street 

Murphy, Wm. H 4659 State street 

Murphy, Wm 362 W. Polk street 

Murphy, Wm. and Whalen, Pat 394 E. 39th street 

Murray, A. M 607 Wells street 

Murray, Con 3057 Halsted street 

Murray, J. L 176 92d street 



License No. 


Ward. 


484 


4 


A-7 


34 


1463 




1905 


5 


2964 


13 


4988 


3 


1741 


12 


A-776 


1 


5235 


13 


407 


27 


2810 


28 


96 


14 


2814 


22 


636 


30 


3069 


33 


4621 


14 


274 ■ 


5 


1758 


24 


A-591 . 


8 


6180 


3 


1869 


4 


5630 


30 


2616 


21 


831 


25 


2106 


18 


4785 


5 


616 


13 


4315 


5 


A-536 


5 


4842 


5 


3741 


35 


4817 


28 


3543 


1 


200 


33 


A- 151 


18 


3388 


30 


3415 


19 


A-556 


9A 


4128 


4 


A-765 


33 


6247 


31 


3576 


29 


2774 


31 


1257 




1391 


6 


1972 


19 


3565 


3 


1489 


23 


4213 


4 


5559 


8 



21 



(Vtobor 22, 1648 1906 

Name. Address. License No. Ward. 

Murray, John 771 W. 37th street 1443 5 

Murray, John 2943 Lyman street 424 4 

Murray John B 565 W. Harrison street 6090 20 

Murray, Wm 4854 Wentworth avenue 4257 30 

Murley, Neil 2210 Elston avenue 682 27 

Murman, L 994 N. 51st avenue 4896 27 

Murtauo-h, Pat Ill W. Van Buren street 296 J 8 

Murtauwh, T. J 85 W. Van Buren street 2480 18 

Mussey & Co., W. P. and A. E., 106 E. Madison St., (4th Fl.) 3193 1 

Mussey & Co., W. P 106 E. Madison street 212 1 

Myer, I HI Clybourn avenue 5699 22 

Ujers, 1 219 W. Randolph street 5879 18 

Myers, P. E 725 W. Harrison street 5478 20 

Myers', Mrs. S 1266 93d street 3267 33 

Myslinski, John 718 123d street 676 33 

Nackowitch, Geo 73 S. Water street 948 1 

Nackowitsch, Geo 12.4 N. Market street 1499 22 

Nadzicja, K 13359 Ontario avenue 4810 8 

Nagel, Chas 1014 Lincoln avenue 2171 24 

Nagel, G. A 292 Erie street 3478 

Nagel, G. A 324 N. State street A-170 

Nao-1, Ad 3194 N. 40th avenue 4521 27 

Nao-le, Ed 418 California avenue 5287 13 

Nao-orski Jos 4824 Elizabeth street 5027 29 

Nao'uszewski, S 8736 Commercial avenue 476 8 

Nailec, John 2133 N. Francisco street 4308 27 

Namyslo, Jos 263 N. Green street 2859 17 

N:anista,'jos 685 W. 19th street 6007 11 

Napoli, C 2394 Kensington avenue 3061 33 

Naraneic, V 10722 Torrence avenue 4994 8 

Nardi Bruno 114 Forquer street A-490 1 9 

Nardini, Annibale 2900 La Salle street 5735 2 

Nairic, Tony -4 Lessing street 436 17 

Narkiewicz, T. F 99 Fry .street 198 17 

Narmonta, L 851 Marshfield avenue 3919 16 

Narowetz, John 786 W. Lake street A-760 14 

Nartzik, Sam 1580 Armitage avenue 4225 27 

Nash, F. J 627 W. Lake street 5773 14 

Nash', Michael 141 92d street 5901 8 

Nasiacos, Thos. L 81 Blue Island avenue 5780 19 

Nason W. T 488 W. Madison street 4430 20 

Nass, 'chas. F." 185 92d street 3058 8 

Natalby, Chas. and Al 65 Wabash avenue 3980 1 

Natari, S. and Pagni, A 39 Clybourn avenue A-619 22 

Natenberg, L. and H. and Haiman, Sol . 325 W. Chicago avenue A- 15 17 

Nath, Louis 517 W. Chicago avenue 2946 14 

Nathan, Henry M 1755 Milwaukee avenue 4503 28 

Nathan, Jo3 61 S. Halsted street 3379 18 

Natkouski, John 1800 48th street 2639 29 

Nattkowski, Geo 4701 Lincoln street 5498 29 

Nau, Chas 419 N. State street 1250 21 



October 22, ' 1649 1906 

Name. Address. 

Navigato, M • 2011 S. Clark street 

Nawreeki, Anna 89 Station street 

Na^elski, J . . . 2405 Kensington avenue 

Nedbal, F. J , 814 Allport street 

Neeb, Greo. N 7470 S. Chicago avenne 

Neebe, O. W 3302 S. Western avenue 

Negrich, John 127 N. Clark street 

Nehemias, M. H • . ., 574 Dickens avenue 

Nehls, Ernst 10287 Indianapolis avenue 

JSTeiman, G 294 W. Madison street 

Neiman, S 459 W. Madison street 

Neiman, S 301 W. Randolph street 

Neises, Chr . 597 N. Halsted street 

Nelligan, J. and Sturm, C 80 E. 31st street 

Nelson, Mrs. Chas . 1100 S. Oakley avenue 

Nelson, Chas. M 1575 N. California avenue 

Nelson, Chr 2042 W. Madison street 

Nelson, Abe 687 W. Chicago avenue 

Nelson, Mrs. G 5601 Halsted street 

Nelson, G 5820 Centre avenue 

Nelson, Gus 4011 Wentworth avenue 

Nelson, Harry 1100 W. 67th street 

Nelson, John 2496 W. Lake street 

Nelson, Jos 1981 W. Madison street 

Nelson, L 76 N. Clark street 

Nelson, M • 283 N. May street 

Nelson, Martin 189 W. Division street 

Nelson, Martin .' • • 1309 State street 

Nelson, Mrs. N. A 9554 Commercial avenue 

Nelson, Oscar 1011 W. 21st street 

Nelson, 0. G 1240 Indiana avenue 

Nelson, 0. M 1110 W. 22d street 

Nelson, P. P 857 W. Harrison street 

Nelson, S. N 104 Oak street 

Nelson, W. E 188 S. Water street 

Nemec, John J 103 W. 16th street 

Nemecek, Vac .923 California avenue 

Nerland, H. E. L , . .2418 W. Chicago avenue 

Nespital, Wm 229 W. Chicago avenue 

Nespital, Wm 115 Wells street 

Netzband, P. A 222 Garfield avenue 

Neubauer, Geo 5100 La Salle street 

Neuber, Albert 2415 Kensington avenue 

Neuberg, Jos 1230 Clybourn 'avenue 

Neumann, John 695 W. 19th street 

Neumann, Robt 1583 Elston avenue 

Neumer, Geo 501 George street 

Neuzil, Vac 1331 St. Louis avenue 

Nevelle, John . 37 Rush street 

Nevins, Thos 5101 Armour avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


3186 


1 


A-884 


28 


812 


33 


2269 


10 


2591 


33 


731 


5 


4146 


21 


4355 


27 


A-331 


8 


5374 


18 


A-548 


18 


2978 


18 


2348 


22 


A- 195 


2 


2304 


12 


3599 


27 


2941 


34 


249 


14 


4490 


31 


3617 


31 


4713 


30 


2765 


. 32 


472 


35 


1311 


13 


3674 


21 


4512 


17 


956 


17 


300 


1 


2176 


8 


4336 


12 


3796 


1 


5626 


12 


2386 


20 


3897 


22 


2624 


1 


3163 


9 


6252 


12 


6150 


35 


5815 


17 


971 


22 


4029 


24 


3907 


30 


694 


33 


513 


24 


5823 


11 


2052 


27 


2444 


24 


6256 


12 


850 


21 


5603 


30 



Oetobor 



1650 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Newman, N 2839 Ridge avenue 

New, E. L 285 E. 35th' street 

New III. Ath. Club, Wm. Hale Thopmson, Pres., 147 Michigan 

Newkirk, M. C 1616 N. Clark street 

New Southern Hotel Co., A. Dryburgh, Pres., 38 E. 13th street 

Newton, M. G 836 43d street 

Newton, P. J 135 Monroe street 

Neybert, Geo 956 51st street 

Neybert, John 6658 Cottage Grove avenue 

Neybert, Wm 2449 Archer avenue 

Nicaistro, E 469 5th avenue 

Nicholas, John J 242 W. Congress street 

Nickels, N 4924 Laflin street 

Nikolai, John 1052 Seminary avenue 

Nicolosi, J. and C 134 Gault court 

Niece, H. M 543 E. 26th street 

Niedbata, John 1025 W. 18th street 

Niederche, John 4328 N. Clark street 

Niederche, John 309 E. North avenue 

Niederegger, E. and Thomas, Wm 163 E, North avenue 

Niedrwiecki, Peter 702 W. 18th street 

Nielsen, C 3658 Armour avenue 

Nielsen, Geo. 1440 W. North avenue 

Nielsen, E, 895 Campbell avenue 

Niemann, Wm 894 W. Diversey boulevard 

Niemeier, Ed 1974 N. Western avenue 

Nienstadt, John 1233 Milwaukee avenue 

Niepokojczycki, Peter 2475 Lincoln avenue 

Niesyto, Vincent 3068 Lyman .street 

Niesyto, V. 3062 Broad street 

Niksch, W^m 438 Humboldt street 

Miles, John 257 115th street 

Nilson, Gus 313 Division street 

Nilson, Jno. and Gust 1325 Belmont avenue 

Nissen, C. L 985 N. Rockwell street 

Nitscbke, Henry, Jr 1611 N. Leavitt street 

Nodorp, John 98 Wells street 

Noklebye, A. N 239 Grand avenue 

Nolan, Jas 3094 Archer avenue 

Nolan, John 302 W. Harrison street 

Nolae, Jno. F. Co., Inc., J. F. Nolan, Pres., 189 95th street 

Nolan, P 407 Root street 

Nolan, Thos 1506 Ogden avenue 

Noland, R. N 3022 Cottage Grove avenue 

Nolte, Frank 581 W. 22d street 

Nolting, L. T 27 Indiana street 

Nommensen, A 9701 Commercial avenue 

Noonan, Jno. and Roche, Jno 720 31st street 

Noonen, M 3600 Lowe avenue 

Northrup, John 244 Michigan street 



icense No. 


Ward. 


A-445 


25 


4865 


3 


A-933 


1 


757 


25 


4731 


1 


5849 


30 


3229 


1 


A-466 


29 


4670 


7 


A-386 


4 


4316 


1 


A-913 


19 


525 


'29 


1801 


25 


5502 


22 


6163 


2 


882 


12 


A-632 


25 


2677 




5845 




336 


11 


84 


3 


4599 


35 


1558 


28 


4470 


27 


.3729 


26 


1226 


28 


477 


27 


A-414 


5 


2871 


5 


2288 


27 


3070 


33 


4544 


22 


5008 


25 


A- 118 


28 


4193 


24 


327 


21 


130 


17 


726 


5 


3579 


19 


5905 


8 


5182 


30 


5923 


34 


2067 


2 


4914 


11 


5406 


22 


3011 


8 


6242 


4 


1819 


5 


5285 


21 



October 22, 1^51 

Name Address. 

Norton, C.T 831 31st street 

Norys, N "12 N. Eobey street 

HotMurf,Wm 1525 W. 63d street 

Nothdurft, Gus "65 Halsted street 

Notter,Rieh 255 W. Belmont avenue 

Novak, John 299 W. 20th street 

Novak, Jno. and Cosme, A 308 E. 22d street 

Novak, Jos 1054 W. 18th place 

Novak, Jos "* W. 18th street 

Novak, Jos 1150 Trumbull avenue 

„ , -g- 969 Washtenaw avenue 

Novasielsky; 'ike.' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'■ 527 Jefferson street 

Novotny, Frank 1222 W. 21st place 

Novotny, Jos 9« Blue Island avenue 

^ i^jj 1566 W. 22d street 

Novfak,AL::::;;;: 1105 N. Leavltt street 

^^ 1 T^., ... 3658 Ashland avenue 

Nowak, Jos 

Nowak, St ■f'T'^Vrl 

Nowakowski,M 26 N. Oanal street 

^^ . , ■ „ 208 Augusta street 

riSJohn.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'::::.-- --i^^-^ri 

Nowicki,M.... 417W. mhsree 

Nowogrod^ki, B 4«* H°"'«^<= '^'""^ 

^r V T> 2063 Milwaukee avenue 

Noyes, h. r 

Nufer, Chas 771 Arm.tage avenue 

Nufer, Mrs. E. . 888 Clybourn avenue 

^^ ,. -r . 3696 Archer avenue 

Nultv* J OS 

Nussbaum, Henry 56 Clybourn Uvenue 

O'Boye, John 116 E. Superror s reet 

",i; , T,. ... 1624 N. Halsted street 

nm''^ ' raa 1801 W. 16th street 

OBr.en,Cath 226 30th street 

O'Brien, Ed 

O'Brien, Edmond §2 E. Chicago avenue 

O'Brien E. F 629 W. Lake street 

^,T T.« T 768 W. 39th street 

O'Brien, J as. J ^ , ^ ■, , x 

O'Brien, Jno .• • -3265 S. Halsted street 

O'Brien, John 4510 Gross avenue 

T . ^ 2628 State street 

O'Brien, John ^ ^ ^ . 4. 

^,-D . -p 66 E. Lake street 

^,^"^"'^--, 796 37th street 

O'Brien, P. J ^_ ^ ^ , 

^,^ . -D T 4701 State street 

O'Brien, P. J ^^ , , , 

r^,^ ' rrx^r.. 162 Clark street 

O'Brien Thos 

O'Brien, Thos 670 W. Erie street 

O'Brien, Tim 3800 Emerald avenue 

O'Brien, Wm. S 272 Sedgwick street 

O'Brien, Wm. and Woods, Jos 170 E. Madison street 

O'Callaghan, Geo. C. and Jno. P 9 S. Clark street 

O'Callaghan, M 129 Canal street 

O'Connell, J. F • • • • 3107 Archer avenue 

O'Connell, John 248 N. Franklin street 



190G 



License No. 


Ward. 


4916 


4 


4097 


28 


3558 


31 


2907 


30 


93 


27 


2803 


10 


730 


1 


2575 


12 


5956 


30 


8 


12 


205 


12 


6114 


9 


2010 


12 


A-526 


11 


5295 


12 


2942 


28 


3762 


5 


6027 


17 


4216 


.-. 


A-179 


15 


5914 


29 


3495 




5675 


29 


4636 


28 


366 


28 


749 


24 


4758 


5 


5292 


22 


6093 


22 


2721 


25 


6342 


34 


5264 


2 


1954 


22 


3327 


14 


A-872 


3 


1610 


4 


3521 


29 


4375 


2 


427 


1 


3213 


5 


912 


6' 


A-939 


1 


3647 


14 


1598 


5 


A-764 


22 


1116 


1 


396 


1 


5247 


18 


6387 




5839 


22 



Ootobor 22, 1652 1906 

Name. ^ , Address. 

O'Connell, M. J 9258 Jackson Park avenue 

O'Comiell, P. T 4701 Halsted street 

O'Connell, T. K : 15 Blue Island avenue 

O'Connor, F. H 2004 N. Halsted street 

O'Connor. Jas 155 E. Van Buren street 

O'Connor, Jas 41 S. Water street 

O'Connor, Jas 478 Grand avenue 

O'Connor, John 112 Dearborn street 

O'Connor, Jno 262 W. Randolph street 

O'Connor: M 29 Canal street 

O'Connor, M. J. and Fiscto, A. R 167 Harrison street 

O'Connor, M. M 359 State street 

O'Connor, Pat 1789 N. California avenue 

O'Connor, Pat 1637 63d street 

O'Connor, P. J 1708 W. Lake street 

O'Connor, T 1696 Ogden avenue 

O'Connor, T. G 78 E. Madison street 

O'Connor, Thos 7501 Cottage Grove avenue 

OConnor, Wm 197 W. Lake street 

O'Connor, Wm 198 W. Lake street 

O'Donnell, Jos 238 Chicago avenue 

0-Donnell, M 639 W. North avenue 

O'Donnell, M. J 8756 Buffalo avenue 

O'Donnell, Pat 215 S. Halsted street 

O'Donnell, T. J 9201 Exchange avenue 

O'Donnell, Wm 4301 Asnland avenue 

O'Grady, M. D 6135 Halsted street 

O'Grady, Wm 241 Orleans street 

O'Hara, H. J 8 Rush street 

O'Hare D 6001* S. Elizabeth street 

O'Hare' P J 6307 S. Halsted street 

O'Hearn, John • 5150 State street 

O'Hern, Dan and Kenney, M. J 5262 Halsted street 

O'Hern, Dan and Kenney, M 6101 S. Halsted street 

O'Hern, Thos 711 43d street 

O'Horo, John 5154 S. Halsted street 

O'Keefe, Frank 2107 W. 12th street 

O'Keefe M J 735 Milwaukee avenue 

O'Leary, And 619 W. 79th street 

O'Leary Con, and Griebenow, W. . . .96 E. Fullerton avenue 

O'Leary! Jas 4183 Halsted street 

O'Leary, John 10734 Hoxie avenue 

O'Leary, John 947 E. 71st street 

O'Leary, Teresa 947 E. 71st street 

O'Malley, Austin 4559 Halsted street 

O'Malley, J 325 Root street 

O'Malley, John 390 E. Division street 

O'Malley, John 10656 Torrence avenue 

O'Malley, John F 40 N. Clark street 

O'Malley, M 222 Orleans street 



License No. 


Ward. 


4491 


33 


3915 


30 


6363 


19 


1486 


25 


3826 


1 


4530 


1 


5730 


17 


2423 


1 


2473 


18 


4086 


18 


A-364 


1 


4435 


1 


2807 


27 


2215 


:;i 


1999 




4675 


34 


740 


1 


2707 


33 


4651 


18 


4652 


18 


4926 


21 


2636 


28 


2974 


8 


394 


19 


1439 


8 


5949 


29 


4826 


31 


3265 


22 


3712 


21 


2625 


31 


A-949 


32 


1918 




5252 


29 


A-43 


31 


4852 


30 


3573 


29 


4089 


34 


5890 


17 


2767 


32 


1761 


24 


2757 


29 


3673 


8 


1601 


7 


A-858 


7 


4083 


30 


A-212 


30 


452 


22 


1187 


8 


1223 


21 


6066 


22 



October 22, 1653 1906 

Name. Address. License No. Ward. 

O'Malley, Pat 421 S. Cla,rk street 

O'Malley, Pat 56 Huron street 

O'Malley, Pat 60 N. State street 

O'Meara, Jos 1351 N, Halsted street 

O'Meara, H. and Christensen;, J 234 W. Monroe street 

O'Meara, R. P 1917 W. Madison street 

O'Neil, Thos 29 Chatham court 

O'Neill, J. B 4704 State street 

O'Neill, J. F 697 W. 31st street 

O'Neill, Jas. J 913 S. Halsted street 

O'Neill, Jas. J 51 5th avenue 

O'Neill, John 507 Canal street 

O'Neill, P. F 3694 Archer avenue 

O'Reilly, E. H. and Tully, M. T 1352 Walbash avenue 

O'Reilly, Wm 1069 W. Lake street 

O'Shea, Agnes 768 W. Montrose boulevard 

O'Shea, John 15 W. Irving Pa,rk boulevard 

O'Sullivan, Jos 1591 W. 35th street 

O'SuUivan, Jos 1508 W. 35th street 

O'Sullivan, P 5442 Princeton avenue 

O'Toole, Luke 4724 S. Halsted street 

O'Toole, Pat J 183 E. 18th street 

O'Toole, Richard J 125 18th street 

O'Toole, Wm 57 N. Clark street 

Oakes, Arthur, Jr Ill W. Erie street 

Oberdieck, Aug 1001 N. Western avenue 

Oberg, Olaf 1201 W. 59th street 

Oberman, Ed 597 S. Centre avenue 

Obiala, And 4735 Seeley avenue 

Odaff, F 4358 Honore street 

Odewald, Hy 466 Southport avenue 

Oechsner, John 1759 Lincoln avenue 

Oesterle, Alvina 6356 Aberdeen street 

Oestreich, Chas 87 S. Market street 

Offenberg, Peter. . , 785 W. Division street 

Ogait, August 8820 Commercial avenue 

Ogden, C. S 208 92d street 

Ogerek, P 79 Bremen street 

Ogren, L •. . 79 26th street 

Ohle, Robt . . .' 310 Sedgwick street 

Ohlundj Fred C 386 W. Huron street 

Olcese, John 7 Dearborn street 

Old Rose Distilling Co., Inc., L. Rosenzweig, Pres 

3842 Cottage Grove avenue A-870 3 

Old Rose Distilling Co., Inc., L. Rosenzweig, Pres 

179 W. Erie street A-869 17 

Old Rose Distilling Co.j Inc., L. Rosenzweig, Pres 

1396 N. Clark street 

Olekey, Jos 724 W. 19th street 

Olenick, Jos 46 N. Paulina street 



5198 


1 


2117 


22 


A-391 


21 


169 


25 


3236 


18 


3991 


13 


4311 


22 


4834 


30 


1962 . 


4 


3752 


9 


903 


1 


4644 


9 


1916 


5 


1320 


1 


1278 


14 


A-499 


27 


5307 


27 


A-730 


5 


3291 


5 


2863 


30 


2074 


29 


A-572 


1 


969 


1 


4628 


21 


1448 


17 


4338 


28 


5749 


31 


793 


10 


A-642 


29 


3479 


29 


6137 


24 


4176 


26 


4466 




109 


1 


1563 


15 


A-17 


8 


5102 


8 


3913 


28 


551 


2 


4317 


22 


314 


14 


A-534 


1 



7 


25 


2245 


11 


1126 


14 



Ootobor 22, 1654 1906 

Name. Address. License No. Ward. 

Oleson, Frank L 77 E. 31st street 

Oleson, Peter 103 E. Cbicago avenue 

OlfF Abe 2971 Archer avenue 

Olsen, Barney 716 W. North avenue 

Olsen, Carl J 742 W. North avenue 

Olsen Joel 206 Townsend street 

Olsen, M 3147 Milwaukee avenue 

Olsen, M. M 30 N. Centre avenue 

Olsen, O. J 732 N. Leavitt street 

Olsen Paul 2082 W. North avenue 

Olshan, M. and Rittenberg, W 119 W. 47th street 

Olshan, M 119 W. 47th street 

Olson, Chas 95 88th street 

Olson J 66 N. 48th avenue 

Q^gon J 3004 Elston avenue 

Olson J. M 3024 Elston avenue 

Olson, Jno. P 1097 Sheffield avenue 

Olson, John 215 N. Ashland avenue 

Olson, Ole 741 W. North avenue 

Olszewski, M 52 Fleetwood street 

Olszewska, B 3301 S. Halsted street 

Omensky, H. M 1124 Elston avenue 

Omensky, M 674 Austin avenue 

Onasch E 335 Hastings street 

Oppedal, Peder 240 Grand avenue 

Oppermann, D... 147 W. 18th street 

Oriental Catering Co., T. Kee, Pres 

130 E. Madison street ( Basement) 

Ornberg, C. A 1602 W. Chicago avenue 

Orpik, S 289 W. 25th street 

Ortcio-er, Vac 168 DeKoven street 

Orthmann, Henry 23 N. Halsted street 

Orzezynski, Mrs. J 191 W. Chicago avenue 

Oschmann, H 30 Grand avenue 

Ossio- R 507 N. Western avenue 

Ossoff, S .'^I^^^^. .780) N. Campbell avenue 

Oster Nic • • 334 W. Van Buren street 

Osterberg, William ' 993 Lincoln street 

Osterman, Henry 679 N. Paulina street 

Osterretter, Jos 101 W. 26th street 

Ostrowski, A 916 W. 18th street 

Ostrowski, Vincent 416 E. 88th street 

Oswald, B 3185 N. Clark street 

Oswald, Chas. F 2265 N. Clark street 

Oswald, Jos 783 W. 12th street 

Oszahewzki, Jos • 378 Elston avenue 

Ott, Frank 1847 Grand avenue 

Ott, Fred • • • • -911 Carroll avenue 

Ott, Peter. 45 E. Kinzie street 

Otterstrom, Geo 325 N. Franklin street 



1673 


2 


4201 


22 


916 





A-1 


15 


990 


15 


A-341 


22 


6025 


27 


174 


17 


625 


15 


888 


35 


A-881 


30 


3768 




5898 


S 


5850 


i 


5118 


27 


244 


27 


874 


25 


601 


14 


2233 


28 


5560 


16 


3422 


5 


5509 


28 


2720 


14 


3092 


11 


A-122 


17 


1172 


9 



1172 


9 i 


A-291 


1 ' 


1559 


. i 


875 


12 \ 


5643 


19 


69 


18 


6028 


17 ; 


5054 


17 i 


2293 


}5 ! 


3932 


15 ' 


1973 


19 ' 


2093 


16 ; 


A-614 


1 


181 


12 j 


A-176 


11 


3851 


8 


4687 


26 


4228 


26 


4161 


11 


2906 


IG 


4671 


35 


1057 


14 


3106 


22 


5486 


22 



October 22, 1655 1906 

Name. Address. License No. Ward. 

Otto, Geo 9038 Strand 

Oulehla, F 724 W. IStli place 

Owczarzak, John 144 Wabansia avenue 

Owens, M. J 4111 Wentworth avenue 

Oxenius, Con 702 Addison street 

Ozello, Jas 345 5th avenue 

Ozello, Jas 66 Wells street 

Ozello, Jas 32 Wells street 

Ozienkowski, A • . 3296 Grand avenue 

Pabst, And 314 Centre avenue 

Pacana,, John 453 Canal street 

Pacelli, V 75 Ewing street 

Paczekaj, Mrs. M 510 K Hermitage avenue 

Paczkowski, Frank. 4857 Paulina street 

Padulo, N 140 N. Peoria street 

Paeglow, E 1713 Armitage avenue 

Paeglow, John 151 Armitage avenue 

Paeske, E. C 74 La Salle avenue 

Paetzel, Julius 1054 N. 63d avenue 

Paganelli, F. and Joe 1162 S. Oakley avenue 

Paganucei, A 743 W. Van Buren street 

Page, R. E 6858 Green street 

Pagel, Herman 560 N. Halsted street 

Pagliarulo, John. 122 DeKoven street 

Pagliarulo, John 202 N. Peoria street 

Pagliughi, John. 1307 W. Madison street 

Pagni, Geo 243 S. Halsted street 

Pahl, H 832 S. Halsted street 

Pahnke, Emil 393 Hastings street 

Paksun, Chan 100 E. Randolph street 

Palace Car Club, Inc., Geo. Braham, Mgr., 11125 Michigan av 

Palionis, JoiS 1059 Blue Island avenue 

Palmer, Chas. S 1093 N. Francisco avenue 

Palnitski, H 205 N. Clark street 

Palnitski, David 537 State street 

Paluch, Jac 2643 Hillock avenue 

Palumbo, Jos. 38 Vernon Park Place 

Panama, Phil .293 W. Division street 

Panek, Jos 547 W. 19th street 

Panella', G 142 W. Harrison street 

Panga, John 675 Union street 

Panka, V 8339 Buffalo avenue 

Pankan, Otto 1043 W. Diversey avenue 

Pannatoni, P 724 W. Harrison street 

Pannier, Fritz 3200 State street 

Panzer, Wm. F 242 Halsted street 

Paoli, C 41 Plymouth place 

Paolicki, A 9158 Harbor avenue 

Papadopolus, ,C. and Papakinakos, G 350 Halsted street 

Papsien, Chas 1721 Milwaukee avenue 



2663 


8 


5293 


11 


1046 




4915 


30 


5238 


2G 


A-784 


1 


6269 


21 


4981 


21 


2287 


27 


6002 


19 


2454 


19 


2508 


19 


4511 


15 


4132 


29 


2391 


17 


738 


27 


3597 


16 


6385 


21 


962 


27 


3363 


12 


1820 


20 


5109 


32 


2123 


22 


A-885 


19 


A-505 


17 


2340 


13 


2844 


i9 


152 


.9 


6161 


11 


A-598 


1 


5262 


33 


A-86 




978 


28 


1726 


21 


4169 


1 


3524 


4 


1263 


19 


4356 


15 


1242 


U 


6316 


19 


3182 




1724 


8 


5451 


27 


6319 


20 


3755 


3 


1564 


19 


1666 


1 


5664 


8 


5156 


19 


4105 


z8 



October 22, 1656 

Name. Address. 

Parker, Chas. A 1251 Armitage avenue 

.Parker, John J 666 W. Madison street 

Paradowski, J 4524 S. Wood street 

Parehem, Jos .• 34 Julien street 

Parent! J 915 HaJsted street 

Parkinson, Dan J 6346 Cottage Grove avenue 

Pasche L H^ Willow street 

Paische Herm 680 Larrabee street 

Paseoe W. F 162 Adams street 

Pasdeloup, Chas. F 250 Blue Island avenue 

Pashakarnis, F 4458 As>hland avenue 

Passarelli, C 144 W. Taylor street 

Passow, W. F 785 Clybourn avenue 

Pastreno-o L 163 Grand avenue 

Patterson,' C. E. and Sutton, Geo 218 Wabash avenue 

Patterson, H. G 1903 Carroll avenue 

Patterson, James 77 W. Adams street 

Patterson, Thos 5300 Union avenue 

Patt Ed 458 W. 45th street 

Patz'em, Frank 109 W. 26th street 

Pauch Ed 663 Blue Island avenue 

Paul, Frank 931 N. Kimball avenue 

Paul'ak, Jos 589 W. 25th street 

Paulette, A 99 Ewing street 

Paulnitsky, D 296 S. Clark street 

Pauls, John 4654 Western avenue 

Paulson, Peter 2539 Eberly avenue 

Paulus, Geo 487 Carroll avenue 

Pauly, Wm 5059 Ashland avenue 

Pavelitch, L. and Justinich, Jno 2168 Archer avenue 

Pavlik, Paul 698 S. Jefferson street 

Pavlock, Ant 963 W. 18th street 

Pawelczak, Jos 846 S. Wood street 

Pavvlauski, A 880 33d street 

Pawlowski, Wm 4537 Hermitage avenue 

Pearson, A 912 W. North avenue 

Pearson' Otto 1426 Belmont avenue 

Peckler, Mat : 4038 Archer avenue 

Pedgrift, John and Hoffman, John 535 Racine avenue 

Pehlke, Chas 487 Kedzie avenue 

Pehrson, W 272 E. Division, street 

Pekar Vac 470 N. Campbell avenue 

Pelikan, Jos • • • • 100 Wade street 

Pelka, John 759 W. 17th street 

Pelz, Charles 1546 Milwaukee avenue 

Penovich, A • 356 Wabash avenue 

Peoples Liquor Co., T. F. Deveny, Mgr., 317 W. Van Buren st 
Peoples Liquor Co., T. F. Deveny, Mgr., 151 W. Jackson st. 

Pepich, Thos 396 W. 18th street 

Peplinski, Math 1771 N. Humboldt street 



1906 



License No. 


Ward. 


2684 


27 


A-854 


20 


825 


29 


2066 


16 


4991 


9 


A-136 


7 


1083 


24 


4848 


23 


3735 


1 


2654 


10 


5712 


29 


5962 


19 


2326 


24 


642 


17 


A-787 


1 


1505 


34 


3414 


18 


2925 


30 


2842 


30 


5539 


12 


3105 


11 


3961 


27 


4602 


12 


6268 


19 


2944 


1 


4108 


29 


4510 


27 


3301 


18 


5382 


29 


4023 


1 


5619 


9 


A-456 


11 


3792 


11 


673 


4 


3357 


20 


3254 


15 


A- 109 


25 


1862 


29 


204 


24 


2555 


13 


156 


22 


770 


15 


5838 


17 


646 


11 


422 


28 


5860 


1 


A-484 


18 


A-532 


18 


A-297 


10 


5034 


27 



October 22, 1657 1906 

Name. Address. 

Perdikas, J. and Contas, V., 5859 S. Western avenue 

Perino, V 1834 Armour avenue 

Perkins, Lee 124 Monroe street 

Perlman, L. and M 616 N. Lincoln street 

Perlman, M. and L 481 N. Western avenue 

Pernod, F 9116 Commercial avenue 

Perondi, A. and V. . 3160 Cottage Grove avenue 

Perrish, Sam 2751 Hillock avenue 

Perry, F. J. and Eggleston, Geo 853 W. Madison street 

Perry, G. W 402 W. Madison street 

Perry, Jas 203 W. Madison street 

Perry, W. H 39 W. Madison street 

Person, Fred. 705 Throop street 

Pertl, J. L 2088 W. 16tli street 

Perusicli, John 8918 The Strand 

Pesanske, Herm 114 W. 23d place 

Peskind, S. and Bernstein^ A 300 W. Lake street 

Peskind, S. and Bernstein, A 86 Canalport avenue 

Peterka, Jos 1024 W. 18th place 

Peters, Al 1169 W. North avenue 

Peters, Chas. W 175 Augusta street 

Peters, H. D 1252 Armitage avenue 

Peters, John. 428 E. Division street 

Peters, L 474 S. Fairfield avenue 

Peters, S 121 Elston avenue 

Peterson, And 13401 Erie avenue 

Peterson, Aug 3452 N. Clark street 

Peterson, C. G, L. and Milton, Carl. . . .110 Edgewood avenue 

Peterson, Carl A 1907 Armitage avenue 

Peterson, Chas 3328 Halsted street 

Peterson, Chas. G 894 N. Troy street 

Peterson, Chr . 85 S. Clark street 

Peterson, E 1657 69th street 

Peterson, Ed 919 W. North avenue 

Peterson, Ed., Bjelka, E. and Born, Chas., 730 W. North ave 

Peterson, Emil 89 E. Chicago avenue 

Peterson, Fred 493 5th avenue 

Peterson, H. and Maker, Chas 818 N. Halsted street 

Peterson, John 40 W. Erie street 

Peterson, John 273 Milwaukee avenue 

Peterson, John 2300 Wentworth avenue 

Peterson, John L * 3775 N. Claric street 

Peterson, M. E 8854 Buffalo avenue 

Peterson, P. C 8901 Green Bay avenue 

Peterson, P. J 249 W. Chicago avenue 

Peterson, P. S .191 E. Randolph street 

Peterson, Peter 401 Melrose street 

Peterson, Robt 423 Milwaukee avenue 

Peterson, T 61 Blue Island avenue 

Peterson, Wm 58 E. Chicago avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


A-260 


31 


5093 


1 


1887 


1 


5765 


16 


5680 


15 


1464 


8 


814 


o 


3343 


4 


5467 


20 


690 


20 


5589 


18 


1626 


18 


5279 


JO 


4968 


34 


A-68 


8 


2536 


12 


1494 


IS 


A-264 


9 


A-246 


12 


729 


27 


1852 


17 


2014 


27 


5015 


21 


5788 


13 


3484 


17 


168 


8 


1410 


25 


5431 


28 


1276 


27 


A-81 


5 


4426 


28 


5729 


1 


2116 


31 


2422 


28 


A-496 


15 


3616 


22 


2740 


1 


4453 


23 


1425 


17 


2301 


17 


5379 


4 


A-846 


26 


505 


8 


1244 


8 


3990 


17 


1682 


1 


4911 


26 


A-245 


17 


851 


19 


4100 


22 



CVtobor 22, 



1658 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Petkiis. Anton 442 S. Canal street 

Petkus, M 547- Canal street 

Petraitis, J 605 Union street 

Petrone, Gerardo 85 W. Ohio street 

Petrone, Jerry 139 N. Sangamon street 

Petrone, John 140 Grand avenue 

Petropolous, B. D. . , 310 S. Halsted street 

Petrowsky, B 3401 Ashland avenue 

Petrv, Nic. 659 Barry avenue 

Petschmann, Theo 1265 N. Clark street 

Petzke, Rud 234 Wellington street 

Petzos, Jas 411 W. Madison street 

Peyton Pat'k 727 Grand avenue 

Pezzuto, F. A 220 W. 12th street 

Pf effer, Fred 148 State street ( Rear ) 

Pfeiffer, Alf 466 S. Wood street 

Pfeiffer, E. W 3034 Indiana avenue 

Pfeiffer, Ferd 1742 W. 12th street 

Pfeiffer, G 3828 Halsted street 

Pfeiffer, Jos 4121 S. Halsted street 

Pfohl, Paul 2424 Canal street 

Phillips, Geo 11138 Michigan avenue 

Phillips, Jos 59 Bunker street 

Phillips, Martha 36 S. Halsted street 

Phillips, S 6759 May street 

Phelan, John J 226 W. Polk street 

Phelan, John J 97 Vernon Park place 

Phelan, John J 240 Forquer street 

Phelan, John J 98 S. Sangamon street 

Phelan, John J 148 S. Halsted street 

Phelan, John J 351 W. Harrison street 

Phelan, John J 121 Forquer street 

Phelan, John J 311 W. Polk street 

Philbin, M. J 8855 Buffalo avenue 

Phillipson, Jos 450 Halsted street 

Phonyas, Jais 11 Dearborn street 

Pbonyas, J. and Kavoozen, N 10 Dearborn street 

Piaeentini, F 4 Colorado avenue 

Piano, Frank ...'.... 347 W. Polk street 

Piarowski, V 1759 W. 51st street 

Piasecki,' J. W 4300 Honore street 

Piasecki, W 8800 Escanaba avenue 

Pieerno, Jos 18 Sinnott place 

Pick, Wm. W 270 Colorado avenue 

Piehler, Richard 3663 Elston avenue 

Pieretti, J 59 Rush street 

Pieroni, F 115 S. Western avenue 

Pieroni, F. P. and Giannoni, Q 1188 W. Harrison street 

Pieroth, Ph 777 N. Western avenue 

Pierucci, Louis and Serafini, Ferd . . 3756 Cottage Grove ave. 



License No. 


Ward. 


1406 


19 


6264 


9 


5495 


9 


A-720 


17 


5959 


17 


5044 


17 


3088 


19 


3812 


5 


481 


24 


3340 


25 


3786 


24 


A-558 


24 


4358 


14 


6236 


9 


3120 


1 


182 


11 


3805 


2 


627 


12 


2716 


5 


2546 


CO 


5014 


4 


2197 


33 


6253 


19 


A-366 


18 


5832 


32 


A-803 


19 


A-805 


19 


A-810 


19 


A-809 


18 


A-812 


18 


A-813 


19 


A-811 


19 


A-890 


19 


1310 


8 


2378 


19 


1349 


1 


A- 105 


1 


2898 


13 


A-419 


19 


A-249 


29 


A-87 


29 


1753 


8 


6179 


17 


4514 


13 


3601 


27 


4617 


21 


2483 


13 


6294 


13 


2280 


15 


A-871 


^ 



October 22, 



1659 1906 



Name. Address. License No. Ward. 

Pieto, Anton..... 4400 Honore street 

Pietsch, Frank 1449 to 1509 Wabash avenue 

Pijanowski, Jos 8300 Buffalo avenue 

Pilgrim, Jos 862 W. Van Buren street 

Pillaseh, H 834 Boot street 

Pinkawa, C 759 W. Belmont avenue 

Pinn, Thos 1400 W. 51st street 

Pinnocci, Mrs. B 1069 W. Harrison street 

Pinski, M 1135 N. Oakley avenue 

Piontkowski, Aug 266 Blackhawk street 

Piotraschke, H 699 N. Paulina street 

Piotrowski, S 1246 W. 13tli street 

Piper, E. H , 5340 Wentworth avenue 

Piper, W. H 5059 Armour avenue 

Pisa M. J 168 DeKoven street 

Pisaiie, J 70 Tilden avenue 

Pisarik, M 873 W. 19th street 

Pischek, L. F 4227 S. Ashland avenue 

Pister, Jacob 555 W. 21st street 

Pitasso, S 421 S. Canal street 

Pitt, Wm. and Strelitsky, L 534 E. 28th street 

Pitte, Hugo L 218 W. 20th street 

Pivan, Isaac 152 Milwaukee avenue 

Pivnicki, J 998 W. 18th place 

Pizer, Chas. and Cohen, L 47 5th avenue 

pj2zi B . 407 Clark street 

Plachecki, Louis 2501 Lincoln avenue 

Placek, Jos 1120 Kedzie avenue 

Placek, K 310 W. 18th street 

Placzek, T 636 W. 17th street 

Planer, E • • 475 Fulton street 

Plattner, Jos 191 E. Bandolph street 

Plass, Ad 497 5th avenue 

Pletat A 4618 S. Ashland avenue 

Pluta,' Frank.' 653 W. 17th street 

Podavilitz, Wm 1041 Sheffield avenue 

Podborny, M 4857 Ada street 

Podany, P 1501 S. 40th avenue 

Podesta, L. and Boggiano, L. . 399 Ogden avenue 

Podraza, Jos 18 Currier street 

Podrivacky, I 416 Halsted street 

Poebler, Ed 769 Elston avenue 

Poetsch, F. E 408 Sedgwick street 

Poklaski, Frank 265 W. Webster avenue 

Poklenkowski, Geo 807 Ashland avenue 

Poklenkowski, Jos 919 N. Hermitage avenue 

Polacek, Jos 535 Bhie Island avenue 

Polak, John 640 Throop street 

Polasky, Sam 212 Milwaukee avenue 

Polerecky, Aug 285 W. Chicago avenue 



5562 


29 


A-759 


1 


1433 


8 


4813 


20 


A-54 


30 


5583 


27 


2097 


29 


2726 


20 


A-436 


28 


4737 


16 


911 


16 


5535 


12 


4932 


30 


A-603 


30 


A-931 


19 


3192 


19 


5647 


11 


A-808 


29 


6014 


!1 


A-376 


19 


5225 


4 


A-778 


9 


870 


17 


3160 


12 


667 


1 


5744 


1 


921 


27- 


A-360 


12 


5787 


9 


6019 


11 


3318 


18 


2108 


1 


4214 


1 


564 


29 


5822 


11 


145 


25 


3184 


29 


2163 


34 


995 


20 


6273 


17 


5532 


19 


3390 


16 


6094 


22 


609 


28 


5227 


11 


215 


16 


5722 


10 


6076 


10 


2349 


17 


1071 


17 



October 22, 1660 190G 

j^jj^j^^g Address. License No. Ward. 

■pQll j^ 525 State street 

Pollak Chas 602 S. Jefferson street 

Pollard, And 1258 W. IStli street 

Pollock. M. T 384 W. Madison street 

Polonec, Jos 264 W. Chicago avenue 

Polonis, Frank 1161 S. Hoyne avenue 

Polzin, F. A 496 E. 39th street 

Poizing Julius 872 W. 20th street 

Pomy, Herman G 103 Randolph street 

Ponic Jos. T 201 Johnson street 

Pontarelli, A 368 Desplaines street 

Popek S. P 298 Cornell street 

Popovich,* S 720 Allport street 

Popp, John J 1659 W. 63d street 

Porozynski, M 844 W. 17th street 

Porter J. M 1558 W. Madison street 

Porto ' F. J 81 W. Ohio street 

Portz! Jac 745 Ogden avenue 

Porzel, John 355 W. 24th street 

Pospishil, B. R 165 Adams street 

Potokar, M 564 S. Centre avenue 

Potrebich M 10718 Torrehce avenue 

Potthast/ Fred 280 State street 

Potthast, Fred 63 E. Van Buren street (Basement) 

Potthast', Fred 65 Van Buren street 

Potthast, Wm 146 S. Clark street 

Pottner, Hans 238 Clybourn avenue 

Powers, Ph. and Noonan, Geo 135 Madison street 

Powers', R. W 2359 State street 

Powers, W. and Moy, Sam 119 Clark street 

Pozywiol, Stanly 806 W. 18th street 

P^ais, Ambrose 225 Wabansia avenue 

Pratt John 3630 Wentworth avenue 

Pravdiza, G.' t". 874 N. Hoyne avenue 

Preban, J 1052 W. 20th street 

Prefer, E. and Reninger, J 6559 Halsted street 

Pregenzer, R .188 E. North avenue 

Prehn, Hy • 798 W. Madison street 

Prell 'h. H 684 S. Ashland avenue 

Press Club of Chicago, J. J. Finn, Pres. . .106 E. Madison st 

Press, John 55 La Salle street 

Pressler, A. K 406 N. Robey street 

Preston, Chas. K • 225 Evanston avenue 

Prestien, Ohas. H 1500 North avenue 

Preston, J. W 1308 W. Madison street 

pj.igg g 98 W. Madison street 

Price', I. 148 W. 12th street 

-p^^J I 973 W. Madison street 

Price', Jos." S.* .'.'.'.' 292 Clark street 

Pric^, Otto. 313 Wells street 



3180 


1 


688 


9 


4401 


12 


5805 


20 


3073 


17 


5638 


12 


4708 


3 


3758 


11 


303 


1 


859 


9 


3545 


19 


A-453 


17 


5891 


10 


2599 


31 


1518 


il 


6038 


13 


4432 


17 


2472 


12 


2919 


12 


1215 


1 


242 


10 


4573 


8 


A-763 


1 


106 


1 


A-361 


1 


346 


1 


1122 


22 


1620 


1 


5157 


2 


5863 


1 


5721 


11 


A-39 


16 


4846 


3 


1008 


28 


A-818 


12 


2609 


32 


5123 


22 


2828 


20 


A-829 


11 


6371 


1 


4323 


1 


2722 


15 


3435 


25 


6360 


35 


3485 


13 


2468 


18 


4378 


9 


899 


20 


3587 


1 


1364 


22 



October 22, 



1661 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Preib/ M. J • 5557 S. Ashland avenue 

Principe, F 130 Forquer street 

Printy, Pat 214 Wells street 

Prinz, Geo ^ 990 W. Lake street 

Probst, Otto 43 Orleans .street 

Proesel, Henry J 2449 Lincoln avenue 

Proesel, H. J 2243 Lincoln avenue 

Proesel, L. M 13 Franklin street 

Prosser, John 75 Fifth avenue 

Prunty, P. J 295 Ogden avenue 

Psenicka, Jos 799 Blue Island avenue 

Psihares, L. and P 16 Dearborn street 

Public Drug Co., The 150 State street 

Puccetti, P. and Benaccio, A 211 W. Van Buren street 

Puccetti, Peter 797 W. Van Buren street 

Puis, H. J 566 W. Chicago avenue 

Pundt, John 11628 Went worth avenue 

Putzinger, J . . 812 S. Halsted street 

Puzas, Kas 572 Jefferson street 

Puzick, C 29 Bingham street 

Pype, Henri 5491 Lake avenue 

Pytlik, B 690 W. 20th street 

Quealy, Luke 4214 Ashland avenue 

Quermbach, H. J 14 Wells street 

Quincy, The, T. M. Donlon, Mgr 178 Quincy street 

Quinlan, C 191 Fulton street 

Quill, B 9160 Harbor avenue 

Quill, Daniel 295 W. North avenue 

Quill, J. F • • 77 92d street 

Quillinan, Jas 144 Orleans street 

Quinliven, T. J 824 120th street 

Quinn, Geo. F . 227 Grand avenue 

Quinn, J. J 272 Sangamon street 

Quinn, J. J 390 Indiana street 

Quinn, Martin 1231 S. Western avenue 

Quinn, Mike 843 42d street 

Quinn, Peter . . ._ • 4209 HaJsted street 

Quinn, Wm. F 142 S. Clark street 

Quinn, Wm. H 2900 Emerald avenue 

Quinn, W. W 162 31&t street 

Quirk, Ed 1541 Lincoln avenue 

Quirk, M. J • • • 120 S. Clark street 

Quoss, Aug 6401 Ashland avenue 

Raatz, P. E 1523 Ogden avenue 

Pabenowitz, H. and Davis, D 293 W. 12th street 

Rada, Vac 480 W. 26th street 

Radovitz, Frank 69 W. 14th place 

Radowicz, T ■• . . .942 33d street 

Radtke, G 583 N. Ashland avenue 

Radzewicz, S 4634 S. Paulina street 



License No. 


Ward. 


A-650 


31 


. 648 


19 


3330 


21 


2664 


14 


A-714 


22 


A-525 


27 


2891 


27 


1617 


1 


594 


1 


4528 


20 


5723 


11 


2686 


1 


4890 


1 


3146 


18 


2353 


20 


1129 


15 


309 


33 


2860 


9 


1321 


9 


1003 


16 


1173 


7 


5824 


11 


3948 


29 


3427 


21 


1194 


1 


5320 


18 


2441 


8 


963 


16 


5523 


8 


5968 


22 


A-659 


:^3 


4722 


17 


A-758 


17 


A-757- 


21 


3284 


12 


2062 


30 


3522 


30 


11 


1 


A-319 


4 


70 


2 


3419 


26 


3653 


1 


4986 


31 


2359 


34 


5972 


]9 


4703 


12 


5331 


9 


3743 


4 


3628 


16 


3124 


29 



October 22, 



1662 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Rae, Thos 475 Loomis street 

Raetz^ Chr 583 Lincoln avenue 

Raetzke, F. J 817 Blue Island avenue 

Rafferty, Jno. T. and Hunter, Jas. .... 129 E. Harrison street 

Raflferty, J. T. and Hunter, J. P 2036 Wabash avenue 

Raflnski, L. J 136 W. North avenue 

Ragagli, F. and S 723 W. Lake street 

Ragghianti, V. and Andreotti, S 468 Ogden avenue 

Raggio, C, J 825 S. Halsted street 

Raggio, D. C 167 E. 22d street 

Raggio, J, L. and Eichstaedt, H. L. .83 E. Van Buren street 

Rago, Mike 157 N. Peoria street 

Ragucci, F 270 W. Taylor street 

Railway Exchange Buffet Co., Inc., D. M. Sandford, Sec, 

Jackson and Michigan 

Raimbault, Frk 832 Irving Park boulevard 

Rak, Joseph 3737 S. Wood street 

Rakich, 1 8928 The Strand 

Rambow, Albert 1759 N. Western avenue 

Ramm, John 196 W. North avenue 

Ramm, Wm 1981 W. Lake street 

Rampala, Jac 602 W. 25th street 

Randecker, John 85 E. Indiana street 

Randich, Tony 439 Wabash avenue 

Randies, Herm 1020 Milwaukee avenue 

Raschke, 0. F 3600 S. Winchester avenue 

Rashinski, J. H 635 S. Canal street 

Rashinsld, J. H 3200 S. Halsted street 

Rasmussen, Alf 47 LaSalle street 

Raszinski, Frank 167 W. 18th street 

Ratcke, Herm 420 Winchester avenue 

Rathaiser, R 292 W. Harrison street 

Rathman, Chas. H 75 Randolph street 

Ratigan, P. J 133 E. 16th street 

Rauen, Mat • , 5756 State street 

Rayman, Chas 353 N. Clark street 

Raymond, Fred. W 803 S. Washtenaw avenue 

Raymond, Hoyt 290 Indiana street 

Rayspis, Michael 119 Fisk street 

Rea, Wm. M 2636 103d street 

Ready, Peter 1011 Ogden avenue 

Reagin, A. H 5900 State street 

Reardon, Thoa 1501 Ogden avenue 

Rebandt, Alex 345 Ward street 

Reber, Al 345 S. State street 

Rebhan, Jos 3364 S. Halsted street 

Rebmann, H. E 2074 W. Lake street 

Rebora, S. and Belomine, C 664 W. Van Buren street 

Rebora, S. and Brichetto, A 63 Orleans street 

Rector's, D. S. Eraser, G. M Monroe and Clark streets 



License No. Ward. 



6286 


10 


6097 


25 


4938 


11 


5203 


1 


5651 


1 


A-241 


16 


1281 


14 


3354 


20 


3800 


9 


2961 


2 


5144 


1 


3925. 


17 


A-205 


19 


1294 


1 


1196 


27 


A-107 


5 


3057 


8 


25 


27 


A-106 


16 


1807 


13 


6061 


12 


2515 


22 


13 


1 


2940 


16 


2559 


5 


1663 


9 


2465 


4 


2681 


1 


71 


9 


2894 


20 


2231 


19 


557 


1 


1636 


1 


4318 


31 


1583 


21 


3749 


12 


A-347 


21 


A-582 


10 


A-639 


33 


2955 


12 


1098 


31 


A-921 


34 


3726 


24 


A- 129 


1 


2743 


5 


2711 


34 


1851 


20 


6102 


22 


2400 


1 



October 22, 1663 

Name. Address. 

Reda, F. and K 312 W. Polk street 

Redlin, And 3227 Wall street 

Kedden, J. J 700 W. 43d street 

Reddington, John F 75 E. 26th street 

Reding, A 505 Sedgwick street 

Reding' Nick -2317 Lincoln avenue 

Redpath E. T 43 Jaekson boulevard (r^ar) 

Reeb, Andrew 540 W. Taylor street 

Regan, Thos 3292 Archer avenue 

Regan, Pat 47 Madison street 

Regan, John 502 N. Clark street 

Regel, Gus 150 N. Kedzie avenue 

Rehberg, Fred 90 N. 48th avenue 

Rehm, E. C 36 Fifth avenue 

Reilly, Frank 144 K Morgan street 

Reilly, J. R 802 W. 43d street 

Reilly, John R 1352 W. 63d street 

R illv PS 1205 Wabash avenue 

Reilly', Thos.' F '*.''.".'.''.' •" 1634 W. 69th street 

Reich, Annie 1037 Elston avenue 

Reich, R. 441 S. Canal street 

Reid, Jas 3600 Lincoln street 

Reidel, Wm. and Deitz, J 752 W. 21st street 

Reidsma, R 103 Washington street 

Reidy, G.J ''^ ^Ist street 

Reidy,Thos.A 623 79th street 

Reigel, Vac 4801 S. Ada street 

Reimer, Carl 78 Center street 

Rein, Cha« 227 E. Van Buren street 

-r, . T ... .990 Kimball avenue 
Rem, L 

Reinert, M 2283 N. Leavitt street 

Reinhardt, A ^085 Ogden avenue 

Reinhardt, A. C 108 Webster avenue 

Reinfiardt, Rosalie 159 W. Harrison street 

Reinisch, J. J 70 E. North avenue 

Reinstein, Sol US. Halsted street 

Reisner R • • -^ :.. 84.56 Escanaba avenue 

Reisner', R. and Solecki, J 927 106th street 

Reiter, Nic 03 Vedder street 

Reitz,-Phil. A 790 Lincoln avenue 

Rembacz, Jos 345 N. May street 

Renard, A 305 Harding avenue 

Renberger, H. D 13401 Ontario avenue 

j^gjjjj E 2154 Archer avenue 

Renk, John".".'".'.'.".'.'.'. 201 Roscoe street 

Renn, Mich 990 S. Western avenue 

Renn'wald, Henry 84 Sherman street 

Rentner, Fred 1293 W. 22d street 

Rentner, Wm 1350 W. 22d street 

Rensch, A. F 1885 W. Chicago avenue 



1906 



License No. 


Ward. 


3000 


19 


565 


5 


A-349 


30 


6330 


2 


1553 


23 


475 


27 


896 


1 


27 


19 


2021 


5 


3859 


18 


17 


21 


2729 


14 


217 


:65 


3121 


1 


1817 


17 


A-310 


30 


6169 


31 


2315 


1 


4495 


31 


3766 


16 


811 


19 


866 


5 


2252 


11 


1407 


1 


1394 


4 


5041 


32 


2927 


20 


3049 


24 


2146 


1 


3698 


27 


250 


26 


1965 


34 


3405 


24 


5570 


19 


1176 


22 


1868 


18 


A-67 


8 


4577 


8 


3313 


22 


1850 


24 


455 


17 


3148 


35 


209 


8 


1002 


] 


1331 


26 


65 


12 


4059 


1 


1519 


12 


2072 


12 


2028 


35 



October 22, 



1664 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Rensii Hotel, Inc., Irving Usner, Prop., 292 Wabash avenue 

Resch, John '. 100 W. Jackson boulevard 

Reschnian, Adolph 308 E, 31st street 

Restman, Robt 472 83d street 

Reuben, N 3255 State street 

Reuhl, A. W 1041 Armitage avenue 

Renter, Jos 3428 Auburn avenue 

Revere, F. J 87 Grand avenue 

Revere Hotel Co., S. A. Crowe, Prop., 54 N. Clark street 

Reynolds, Hugh 5200 Wentworth avenue 

Reynolds, Jas. J 342 W. Lake street 

Reynolds, John 5445 Wentworth avenue 

Rezabek, John 711 Allport .street 

Rhein, Barbara & Nie 344 W. Irving Park boulevard 

Rhone, Thos 8801 Buffalo avenue 

Rice, John 281 Grand avenue 

Rice, Mrs. John 337 W. Ohio street 

Rich, John 459 N. Clark street 

Richards, Chas 2020 Wabash avenue 

Richardson, M 412 W. Taylor street 

Richelieu Wine Co., D. J. Sullivan 70 Randolph street 

Richter, Chas. Co., Inc., C. Richter, Pres., 880 Milwaukee av 

Richter, E. G 701 W. 51st street 

Richter, Fritz 107 E. North avenue 

Richter, Herman 1652 N. Halsted street 

Ridikan, Joe 3253 Illinois court 

Riebe, Fred 983 N. 42d avenue 

Rieck, Al 464 Southport avenue 

Rieckmann, Hy 771 W. 21st street 

Ried, M. M 330 W. Congress street 

Riemenschneider, Mrs. F 122 25th place 

Riemer, F 923 W. 31st place 

Rienzi Co., The, F. Kuehl Pres 1800 Diversey blvd 

Rieser, Wm. 221 Sangamon street 

Rievers, Chas 8501 Buffalo avenue 

Riff el, Paul 2237 Archer avenue 

Rio-by, W. J 8958 Cottage Grove avenue 

Righeimer, John C 75 Clark street 

Rigoni, John 2399 Kensington avenue 

Riha, M 1433 Clifton Park avenue 

Riha, Thos 958 Kedzie avenue 

Riley, J. C 325 W. Chicago avenue 

Riley, Cath 5851 State street 

Riley, John 2300 Wabash avenue 

Riley, T. J. and Rohn, B. M 154 Dearborn street 

Riley, Wm. and John 632 W. Ohio street 

Rilling Otto 9234 Cottage Grove avenue 

Rim J. E 594 Noble street 

Rimmer, Thos. B 2730 N. 47th avenue 

Ring, Geo. A 93 W. 26th street 



iicense No. 


Ward. 


1997 


1 


4474 


38 


A-30 


2 


A-857 


8 


5130 


3 


4443 


27 


2056 


5 


576 


17 


6353 


21 


3498 


30 


4545 


18 


A-93 


30 


4515 


10 


4739 


27 


3409 


8 


3076 


17 


5115 


17 


5241 


21 


6073 


1 


.. 6364 


19 


5460 


1 


2405 


16 


5185 


30 


3310 


23 


1652 


25 


1113 


4 


1765 


27 


5520 


34 


5621 


11 


1428 


19 


1824 


4 


5083 


5 


1861 


25 


5497 


19 


1596 


8 


2872 


4 


4062 


33 


5362 


1 


3369 


33 


5266 


12 


5533 


12 


3299 


17 


4900 


■ 7 


743 


2 


261 


1 


2327 


14 


170 


33 


5670 


16 


A-782 


27 


1606 


12 



October 22, 



1665 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Ringl, Jos 3095 K 40th avenue 

Ringler, Wm 601 W. Fullerton avenue 

Eingquist, E 280 Division etreet 

Kiordan, David 402 51st street 

Eiordan, Mrs. M .163 Morgan street 

Rippe, Wm. H • 13413 Indiana avenue 

Rissky, F 319 W. 16tli street 

Rissky, Vac 1193 Homan avenue 

Ristow, R. G 1318 N. California avenue 

Ritchey, E. H. and J. A 479 Grand avenue 

Ritcbey, Jno. A. and E. 260 N. Ashland avenue 

j^i^^ Q _ 164 Clybourn avenue 

Ritter, W. J 335 Ogden avenue 

Riverview Sharpshooters' Park Co., Inc., P. P. Cooper, Pres. 

85 Sharpshooters Park avenue 

Riverview Sharpshooters' Park Co., Inc., P. P. Cooper, Pres. 

85 Sharpshooters Park avenue 

Rixmann Bros 314 Clybourn avenue 

Rizek, John 710 Halsted street 

Rizzo J . . . . 143 Larrabee street 

Rizzo,' S. and John 177 Larrabee street 

Roberts, Chas 156 W. Taylor street 

Robinson, C. E 3101 State street 

Robinson, S. L 856 N. California avenue 

Roach, Jas 642 Ashland avenue 

Robbin, Max 2412 Cottage Grove avenue 

Robbins, Geo 92 K State street 

Robertson, D. H • 38 W. Randolph street 

Robey, Chas 516 W. 12th street 

Robinovitch, Harry 1710 N. Clark street 

Robitchek, M 959 N. Kedzie avenue 

Robitchek, M 888 Mozart street 

Roche, John F •••••68 31st street 

Roche, Pat 2842 S. Park avenue 

Rock, John 4200 Paulina street 

Rode, John 196 E. 22d street 

-j^Q^QY F •• ^1^1 State street 

Rodgers, Jno. and Hogan, Jno 267 92d street 

Rodgers,-R. E Wood street, Illinois and Michigan Canal 

Rodgers' Wm., and Cassidy, T 3759 California avenue 

Rodkin, 1 1470 W. 35th street 

Rodowitz, 1 750 N. Paulina street 

Roeder, A. P 475 Sheffield avenue 

Roeder, Chas. 3001 Wallace street 

Roeder, John 490 S. 48th avenue 

Roeder, Jos 404 S. Western avenue 

Roediger, Geo 937 S. Leavitt street 

Roehrich, Chas 145 Wells street 

Roelle, Frank 279 Washburn avenue 

Roemer, Hugo 531 35th street 



License No. Ward. 



4448 


27 


4027 


28 


5179 


22 


3111 


30 


3588 


18 


A-531 


33 


2800 


9 


3960 


12 


4787 


28 


6303 


14 


1556 


17 


974 


22 


5843 


20 



A-202 



27 



A-201 


27 


283 


23 


4359 


9 


5770 


22 


A-592 


22 


5326 


19 


5728 


2 


5686 


28 


3044 


11 


2669 


2 


5608 


21 


5348 


18 


A-667 


10 


440 


25 


A-348 


28 


2691 


28 


1033 


2 


5091 


2 


1677 


29 


A-530 


1 


1068 


7 


5980 


8 


3145 


5 


A-389 


5 


897 


5 


A-802 


16 


3084 


25 


2133 


4 


4413 


35 


5551 


20 


1121 


12 


1426 


22 


6062 


11 


4728 


3 



October 22, 



1666 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Roesler, L 8900 Eggleston avenue 

Rogers, A. B 2107 Wabash avenue 

Rogers, Chester 93 S. Canal street 

Rogers, J. A., and Malcom, P. B . . 1495 W. Madison street 

Rogers, Jas 6501 Halsted street 

Rogers, Jas 2 River street 

Rogers, John A 343 W. Madison street 

Rogers, Jos 357 W. 47th street 

Rogan, John 4305 State street 

Roggi, Jno., and Andrioni, Louis . . 478 W. Van Buren street 

Rohde, Mrs. A 561 N. Halsted street 

Rohde, Fred 88 La Salle street 

Rohde, Louis 2045 N. Halsted street 

Rokosz, S. J 402 W. Superior street 

Rold, Geo 53 Rees street 

Rolek. Martin 1379 W. 38th street 

Role^Yicz, Mike 3124 S. Morgan street 

Rolston, John 3778 Archer avenue 

Roman, J., and Hibner, A. T 4652 Ashland avenue 

Romangak, Peter 910 Clybourn avenue 

Romani, V 2458 La Salle street 

Romano, Frank 75 W. Ohio street 

Romanowicz, J. M 120 W. Division street 

Romano wski, Antoni 684 W. 17th street 

Romanus, F 1002 N. Western avenue 

Romito, A 293 S. Jefferson street 

Rommel, Fred 97 N. Wood street 

Roncoli, A. and K 937 W. Chicago avenue 

Ronczkowski, Frank 1065 N. Robey street 

Ronkowski, Frank 272 83d street 

Ronkowski, Jno. F 8401 Hlinois avenue 

Rooney, T. A 3500 Archer avenue 

Roos, J. M 191 Dayton street 

Ropaczynski, Jos 87 Fry street 

Rosandich, T 8917 Green Bay avenue 

Rosanio, B 6800 Page street 

Roschman, John 400 Southport avenue 

Rose, A. W 606 Wells street 

Rose, Al 3421 Halsted street 

Rose, D. and L 102 E. Harrison street 

Rose, Edward 723 Clybourn avenue 

Rose, H 66 La Salle avenue 

Rose, Joseph 534 Lincoln avenue 

Roseland Buffet Co., Inc., F. T. Johnson, Pres. and Treas. . . 

11127 Michigan avenue 

Rosen, Frank 473 State street 

Rosenbach, J 4802 Loomis street 

Rosenberg, Ed and Florence 3161 Wentworth avenue 

Rosenberg, H 1318 Armitage avenue 

Rosenegk, A. N. and Co 932 E. 51st street 



License No. 


Ward. 


497 


32 


4922 


1 


1166 


18 


4422 


13 


3840 


32 


2706 


1 


4421 


18 


6349 


30 


6059 


6 


2236 


19 


4246 


22 


2183 


1 


6239 


25 


1849 


17 


2683 


22 


5420 


5 


A-89 


. ? 


4851 


5 


352 


29 


4015 


24 


6233 


4 


5659 


17 


6322 


16 


339 


11 


1192 


28 


454 


19 


A-673 


14 


293 


15 


959 


28 


1418 


8 


A-439 


8 


3 


5 


2203 


23 


621 


17 


4989 


8 


3143 


31 


2881 


24 


4243 


21 


5809 


5 


5176 


1 


A-762 


24 


4910 


21 


317 


25 


1498 


33 


3500 


1 


3413 


29 


3443 


2 


A-128 


27 


164 


7 



October 22, 



1667 



1906 



Name. " Address. 

Rosenfeld, D 103 Van Buren street 

Rosenfeld, H 321 W. 14th street 

Rosenstein, H 199 W. 12th street 

Rosenstiel, A. H o . 173 Milwaukee avenue 

Rosenthal, Fannie 388 Blue Island avenue 

Rosenzweig, Mrs. I. H 652 W. 43d street 

Rosenzweig, I., and Knapp, D. . . 778 Fulton street 

Rosenzweig, Ira 124 E. v^an Buren street 

Rosenzweig, L 6238 6. Halsted street 

Rosenzweig, L 3559 S. Halsted street 

Rosenzweig, L 4707 S. Ashland avenue 

Rosenzweig, L. 4324 S. Ashland avenue 

Rosenzweig, L 6312 Cottage Grove avenue 

Rosenzweig, L .3107 Wentworth avenue 

Rosenzweig, P. and Lewis, A 9132 Commercial avenue 

Rosin, Sam , 335 S. Clark street 

Rosin, Thos 373 Ogden avenue 

Rosinke, John 3758 S. Lincoln street 

Rosky, Louis • -347 S. Clark street 

Ross, Jas. 304 35th street 

Ross, John 3043 Elston avenue 

Rossow, E 944 W. 21st street 

Rossuck, Chas 184 E. Madison street 

Rostenkowski, A 637 Noble street 

Rostenkowski, P...... 648 Noble street 

Roth, Chas. 5437 Shields avenue 

Roth, Mrs. F 317 Wells street 

Roth, G. W., and Ideler, P 118 W. Lake street 

Roth, John 365 Dearborn street 

Roth, Jno. B 454 Washburn avenue 

Rothenberg, Ad. N 87 Washburn avenue 

Rothenberg, Sam 1145 Belmont avenue 

Rothery, Herbert M......155 E. Washington street (rear) 

Rothouse, B 3800 State street 

Rothschild, I., and Greengard, D. ...... .49 N. Clark street 

Rothschild, I., and Greengard, D 94 N. Clark street 

Rothschild & Co., H. M. Samson, Sec... 261 State street 

Rothschild, M. and S., and Rabens, 1 445 State street 

Rothschild, M. and S 316 State street 

Rott, Jas 3030 W. 16th street 

Roubik, M 4801 Centre avenue 

Rouse, Jas 338 S. Water street 

Rowley, Jas. F 6458 S. Halsted street 

Rozanski, Stefan 145 Fry street 

Rozen V. J 911 Washtenaw avenue 

Rozynek, John 8856 Commercial avenue 

Rozynek, P. P • • • 8641 Baltimore avenue 

Russell, A. and Waveland avenue and N. Clark street 

Russell, Al 392 35th street 



icense No. 


Ward. 


2481 


1 


4571 


9 


5294 


19 


4044 


17 


3100 


10 


4563 


30 


5695 


14 


4077 


1 


19 


31 


20 


5 


22 


29 


21 


29 


14 


7 


5764 


2 


15 


8 


5265 . 


1 


5349 


20 


A-509 


5 


A-816 


1 


618 


3 


1160 


27 


4046 


12 


634 


1 


362 


16 


3667 


16 


2699 


30 


1233 


22 


4039 


18 


A-154 


1 


2482 


11 


3934 


10 


4570 


24 


A- 3 


1 


190 


3 


A-492 


21 


2325 


21 


2738 


1 


2947 


1 


2948 


1 


5648 


34 


2264 


29 


669 


1 


A-8 


32 


A-513 


17 


3281 


12 


4301 


8 


4574 


8 


A-479 


25 


1694 


3 



CVtobor 22, 



1668 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Russell, John 6059 Ada street 

Russell Jno 9058 Commercial avenue 

Russell, W. D 4306 State street 

Rubin B 1'^^ ^- ^^^^ street 

Rubin, Fritz 356 Sedgwick street 

Rubin M 30 W. Madison street 

Rubin M 182 Madison street 

Rubin,' Mose • 133 Halsted street 

Rubin, Paul 722 Lincoln avenue 

Ruchko, St 743 S. May street 

Ruckert L ^133 Indiana avenue 

Rudcki, Al.* .'.'.'.' 2457 38tli street 

Rudd, Geo. and H 52 W. Madison street 

Ruder, Frank C 355 Blue Island avenue 

Ruder, F. C ^83 Blue Island avenue 

Rudmlnn, Henry 2351 Wentwortli avenue 

Rudolph, H. J 615 Austin avenue 

Rudziewicz, Frank 3224 Mosspratt street 

Rudziewicz, L 3325 Fisk street 

Rudzinski, Al 337 N. Carpenter street 

Ruehl, Jos 2550 N. Western avenue 

Ruel, Andrew 151 N. Halsted street 

Ruel, Jas 58 Grand avenue 

Ruf Emil 4958 AsMand avenue 

Ruggis, Jos, and Likis, A 3301 Morgan street 

Ruler, W 548 N. Clark street 

Runge, Fred 186 W. Randolph street 

Runge,' H 554 Sedgwick street 

Ruroede, F. H., and Townsend, J. A .... 323 Dearborn street 

Rusch, Fred .825 W. 21st street 

Ruske, Mrs. W. L 7127 Centre avenue 

Russo, L 90 Ewing street 

Ruszkowski, F 146 Fry street 

Rutkowski, Albin 2531 Throop street 

Rutkowski, F 2526 Milwaukee avenue 

Rutkowski, Leo 800 Ashland avenue 

Rutkowski, Nick 8484 Commercial avenue 

Rutkowski, Walter 2578 Milwaukee avenue 

Ruzicka, A 517 W. 22d street 

Ruzgis, Mike 4558 S. Marshfield avenue 

Ruzin,' J 548 Canal street 

Ruziska, Vac 4757 Honore street 

Ryan, C. P 1755 W. 12th street 

Ryan, D. J 1511 W. Harrison street 

Ryan, Dennis 4 Lake Park place 

Ryan, Ed • . .711 W. 79th street 

Ryan, F. W 161 Madison street 

Ryan! Jas. M 103 22d street 

Ryan, J. J. 2119 W. 38tli street 



jicense No. 


Ward. 


A-638 


31 


1438 


8 


2866 


30 


3418 





2567 


22 


6078 


18 


6079 


18 


4944 


18 


1767 


24 


A-353 


10 


1373 


1 


1718 


5 


4840 


18 


A-821 


10 


A-822 


10 


4258 


4 


4420 


14 


3336 


4 


3029 


5 


3937 


17 


5796 


26 


A-867 


17 


2412 


17 


1146 


29 


4203 


5 


4543 


21 


425 


18 


834 


23 


A-788 


1 


1925 


11 


5299 


32 


2306 


19 


390 


17 


A-36 


4 


4366 


27 


4801 


11 


A-10 


8 


4367 


27 


2924 


10 


88 


29 


4940 


9 


A-699 


29 


35 


13 


3550 


13 


4587 


1 


30 


32 


1478 


18 


A-601 


2 


A-655 


5 



October 22, 



1669 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Ryan, J. J , 1753 W. 22d street 

Ryan, Jno., and Son, Roger 1727 W. 12th street 

Ryan, M 3903 Wentworth avenue 

Ryan, Miss Mary 3258 Centre avenue 

Ryan, P. F 42 N. State street 

Ryan, P. W 6500 Cottage Grove avenue 

Ryan, Pat 2266 Archer avenue 

Ryan, Phil. 487 35th street 

Ryan, Thos 160 17th street 

Ryan, Thomas 718 S. iSangamon street 

Ryan, Thos 32 W. Randolph street 

Ryan, T. M 133 Vernon Park place 

Ryan, W. J 1334 W. 51st street 

Ryan, W. J 393 W. Harrison street 

Ryan, J. and Haggerty, R. .271 31st street 

Rybakowicz, A 3357 Fisk street 

Rybczynski, J. 668 Holt avenue 

Rybowiak, John 8437 Bond avenue 

Rybski, F 2543 Milwaukee avenue 

Rychtarek, Otto 406 W. 18th street 

Rydzewsld, Anna 8300 Superior avenue 

Rydzewski, F. X 9659 Avenue N 

Rydzinski, J 464 Elston avenue 

Ryerson, L. B 542 N. California avenue 

Rys, Frank 1188 Turner avenue 

Rzepka, John 2538 Grand avenue 

Rzepnicki, J 925 W. 18th street 

Sabadosh, Hy 2390 115th street 

Sabath, Isidore 1113 Lincoln avenue 

Sabath, M 239 Rush street 

Sabatke, Joe 398 W. 20th place 

Sabbia, V 375 S. Clark street 

Sabus, J. B 1283 W. North avenue 

Sacco, Tony 2226 Wentworth avenue 

Sachau, Fred 164 E. North avenue 

Sachs, John 330 S. Clark street 

Sachs, Louis. ' 44 Fifth avenue 

Sawdoski, A • 8338 Houston avenue 

Sadusky, F. J 97 W. 16th street 

Sadzionski, John 734 Noble street 

Salamann, V 585 Armitage avenue 

Salamon, Jos 456 W. 119th street 

Salamunac, M 804 Allport street 

Salem, J 32 22d place 

Salerno, Frank 2010 Archer avenue 

Salinger, I ...:.... 291 Milwaukee avenue 

Salvator, C 4658 S. Ashland avenue 

Salvatori, Sam 373 Clark street 

Salvin, Chr 9655 Commercial avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


2000 


12 


A-169 


13 


4821 


30 


5342 


5 


5419 


21 


2165 


7 


5448 


4 


1035 


3 


A-569 


1 


A-752 


9 


A-367 


18 


A-915 


19 


A-634 


29 


5870 


19 


6336 


2 


3494 


5 


6348 


10 


2393 


8 


3387 


27 


4517 


10 


1737 


8 


3407 


8 


453 


16 


1302 


15 


2779 


.12 


3939 


27 


A-485 


11 


5833 


33 


968 


26 


4371 


21 


1644 


10 


A-234 


1 


742 , 


27 


A-424 


4 


906 


22 


3895 


1 


1268 


1 


1259 


8 


A-352 


9 


5844 


16 


2331 


28 


A-677 


33 


. 5703 


10 


1142 


4 


A-745 


1 


3855 


17 


951 


29 


5693 


1 


1510 


8 



October 22, l^TO 

Name. Address. 

Sivlvino, C. and Bloise, P 213 Centre avenue 

Salzer, Aron 658 N. Western avenue 

Samartzopolous, L 7 Dearborn street 

Sammon, John 193 E. 18th street 

Samp, John 638 W. North avenue 

Sampranos, T. and Smereades, J 313 S. Halsted street 

Samuel, B. L 233 S. Western avenue 

Samuel, Htoan 162 E. 18th street 

Samuhel D 2459 Kensington avenue 

s'and, F.'and Ruf, Jac 264 93d street 

Sander, Henry 155 W. Huron street 

Sandquist, A. S. and S. E 1357 E. Belmont avenue 

Sandquist, C. A 83 B. Chicago avenue 

Santware, F 3848 State street 

Saratoga European Hotel and Restaurant Co., The J. K. 

Sebree, Pres "1 Dearborn street 

Saratoga European Hotel and Restaurant Co., The, J. K. 

Sebree, Pres 155 Dearborn street 

SasadEiski, W 1« McHenry street 

Satimore, John 3500 Wentworth avenue 

Sauer, A 5616 State street 

Sauer, Mrs. Kittie 3001 Shields avenue 

Sauerbrei, V 466 W. North avenue 

Saul, Alois «1 W. 20th street 

Saunders, Jack J 59 N. Clark street 

Saunders, R. R "87 Halsted street 

Sayers, Thos 923 Grand avenue 

Sbarboro, Frank 536 W. Madison street 

Sbarboro, Louis 6323 S. Park avenue 

Sbarboro, R 325 W. Madison street 

Sbarboro, R. and L 380 W. Madison street 

Sbarboro, Vincent 545 W. Madison street 

Scaar, Herman 984 N. Paulina street 

Scanlon,Joh„ 1622 W. 12th sreet 

Seanlon, P «59 Halsted street 

Schaack, Geo. M 1052 W. 22d s tree 

Schade, Frank and Geo 200 Mohawk street 

Schaedel,Ad 1247 W. North avenue 

Schaefer, Mrs. A 965 N. C ark s ree 

Sehaefer, Elizabeth 1213 State street 

Schaefer, Fred 951 Ogden avenue 

Schaefer, Geo. and Otto 3459 Wentworth avenue 

Schaefer, Jos 2511 Canal street 

Schaefer, L 833 Irving Park boulevard 

^ , , T- 74 E. Adams street 

Schaefer, L 

Schaefer, L.W 488 39th street 

Schaefer, Mat 5139 Ashland avenue 

Schaeffer, Gus 371 Milwaukee avenue 

Schaflert, Fritz 1058 Wellington street 



1906 



License No. Ward. 



L-313 


19 


1275 


15 


3764 


1 


343 


1 


2321 


15 


495 


19 


3849 


13 


3203 


1 


3815 


33 


2587 


8 


6220 


17 


4227 


25 


2573 


22 


2181 


3 



1856 



1858 


1 


4635 


16 


3916 


3 


1376 


31 


2077 


4 


2184 


15 


A-503 


10 


6366 


21 


4561 


30 


4481 


14 


797 


20 


5110 


7 


1728 


18 


A-344 


18 


934 


18 


2155 


16 


4442 


12 


5952 


30 


5515 


12 


1207 


23 


3554 


28 


1346 


23 


4585 


1 


5781 


12 


6337 


3 


A-450 


4 


1171 


27 


247 


1 


4854 


3 


3421 


29 


3320 


17 


1274 


24 



October 22, 



1671 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Schalk, Carl 871 Southport avenue 

Schall, W 1375 North avenue 

Schaller, Fred 310 W. Madison street 

Schaller, Geo 3710 S. Halsted street 

Schank, Aug 2225 W. 63d street 

Scharf, Fred. 1230 N. Western avenue 

Scharf, H 1293 W. North avenue 

Scharf, E, 3361 Grand avenue 

Scharmach, F 329 W. North avenue 

Schatz, M 758 W. Madison street 

Schatzberger, Josephine 541 E. 25th street 

Schatzhuber, John 719 Larrabee street 

Scheer, F. W. 293 Clybourn place 

Schefer, Marie 777 S. Western avenue 

Scheffler, F . 714 Clybourn avenue 

Schef fier, John 147 Blackhawk street 

Scheider, P 67 E. North avenue 

Scheidler, Geo. L 815 N. Eobey street 

Scheihing, Fred 5301 Halsted street 

Soheiner, Vac 3200 N. 40th avenue 

Scheithe, W. B 119 W. 12th street 

Schell, Chas. M 3900 Wentworth avenue 

Schelling, John 250 Mohawk street 

Schendel, R 1785 N. Clark street 

Schengel, E, 10757 Superior avenue 

Schenk, Theo. 58 N. Peoria street 

Schenker, R. 680 Fulton street 

Scherbaum, Mrs. L. A. 3538 Halsted street 

Scherer, Jacob 9383 Ewing avenue 

Scherer, M 1261 N. Marshfield avenue 

Scherer, Mat 102 Irving Park boulevard 

Scherf, John 892 Milwaukee 'avenue 

Soherp, John 5400 Ashland avenue 

Schertzinger, C 2281 N. Clark street 

Scherrheim, John 215 Grand avenue 

Scheubert, Frank 1853 W. 12th street^ 

Scheubert, Jos 551 Halsted street 

Scheuer, L. and A , 3970 N. Clark street 

Scheuerman, M 261 Clybourn avenue 

Schewski,_ Jos 965 Clybourn avenue 

Scheying Co., J. P., J. P. Scheying, Secretary and Treasurer. . 

97 E. Washington street 

Schick, Martin 983 N. Halsted street 

Schief er, Paul 459 Wellington street 

Schieniann, C. A 805 W. Chicago avenue 

Schiepan, Herm 13453 State street 

Schiseweskie, John 11334 Michigan avenue 

Schiesslc, John 484 N. Springfield avenue 

Schiessle, Theo 52 E. Chicago avenue 



license No. 


Ward. 


A-262 


26 


A-183 


27 


2414 


18 


149 


5 


A-600 


31 


3194 


28 


228 


27 


2450 


27 


2952 


16 


A-272 


20 


1546 


4 


A-786 


23 


5873 


16 


6312 


12 


4248 


24 


5380 


16 


A-279 


23 


2650 


28 


4500 


30 


538 


27 


4076 


19 


4668 


30 


3469 


23 


4958 


25 


A-891 


8 


1681 


18 


2277 


14 


4212 


5 


4721 


8 


4961 


24 


6087 


26 


2991 


16 


4627 


29 


563 


26 


1092 


17 


4638 


13 


5017 


9 


2958 


26 


A-263 


22 


4211 


24 


3201 


1 


A-363 


23 


1923 


24 


94 


14 


5323 


3 


4774 


33 


A-571 


35 


1641 


22 



Ootobor 22, 1672 

Name. Address. 

Schiller, A. M 276 W. Madison street 

Schiller, Frank 61 W. Kinzie street 

Schiller, Harry 455 State street 

Schilling, Henry 181 Armitage a.venue 

Schiltz N ^^23 N. Ashland avenue 

Schimeifenig; M.V.V.V 5301 Princeton avenue 

Schimpferman Co., W. H., Inc 172 Madison street 

Schindeheutte, Carl 1512 N. Western avenue 

Schindler,L 3 W. Huron street 

Schindler, Paul 73 W. Washington street 

Schirkowsky, Wm 86 W. Chicago avenue 

Schlag, Carl 400 Roscoe street 

Schlange, Chas 464 S. Kedzie avenue 

Schlecht, Geo 977 Ogden avenue 

Schlegel, J. E 405 W. Lake street 

Schlehofer, Jos 12119th street 

Schlereth, A 1841 State .street 

Sehlesinger, Sam 74 W. Madison street 

Schlieper, Theo 5455 Lake avenue 

Schlitt, Jac 194 La Salle street 

Schlogl, Jos 109 5th avenue 

Schlnmbrecht, John 381 23d street 

Schmalhausen, S 430 N. Ashland avenue 

Schmaltz, Henry.... 130 N. Ada street 

Schmalzried, S. F 1204 Wabash avenue 

Schmarje, Mat 1260 N. Ashland avenue 

Schmelz, Adam 2705 Wentworth avenue 

Sehmid, A. J 767 Irving Park boulevard 

Schmid, Jac 402 Otto street 

Schmidt, A 831 S. Jefferson stree 

Schmidt, A. a. and Dechert, G 43 S. Clark street 

Schmidt, Al 1758 W. 51st street 

Schmidt, Al 4840 Paulina street 

Schmidt, B 190 Clybourn place 

Schmidt, Carl 3124 Winchester avenue 

Schmidt, Emil 163 E. Fullerton avenue 

Schmidt, Fred • • -724 Irving Park boulevard 

Schmidt, Gust 83 W. Van Buren street 

Schmidt, H. A 104 Wells street 

Schmidt, H. J 1859 W. Madison street 

Schmidt, Herm 135 Center street 

Schmidt, Herm 570 Armitage avenue 

Schmidt, Jacob 1269 W. Lake street 

Schmidt, Joe and Max • 2901 State street 

Schmidt, Jos 2038 26th street 

Schmidt, Jos. and Max 89 E. 26th street 

Schmidt, Jos. and Max 2559 State street 

Schmidt, Jos 605 S. Kedzie avenue 

Schmidt, L.D... 2550 State street 



1906 



License No. 


Ward. 


4058 


18 


1234 


17 


905 


1 


6155 


16 


836 


26 


2487 


30 


87 


1 


997 


28 


1832 


17 


1336 


18 


2678 


17 


61 


26 


5982 


13 


1516 


12 


2610 


18 


3908 


1 


1031 


1 


393 


18 


80 


7 


191 


1 


5383 


1 


1341 


4 


5290 


17 


4551 


17 


2671 


1 


2351 


24 


1400 


2 


6323 


27 


62 


26 


1778 


9 


4598 


1 


4441 


29 


A-317 


29 


A- 103 


16 


4319 


5 


5771 


24 


59 


27 


3807 


18 


5593 


23 


429 


13 


4596 


23 


4580 


28 


4674 


14 


4975 


2 


A-617 


34 


A-495 


2 


4533 


2 


377 


12 


4778 


2 



October 22, 1673 1906 

Name. ' Address. License No. Ward. 

Schmidt, Louis 5154 S. Ashland avenue 

Schmidt, Otto ; 34 E. Lake street 

Schmidt, Wm 782 Monticello avenue 

Schmit, N 1456 W. 51st street 

Schmit, John 4320 N. Clark street 

Schmitt, John 3458 Slate street 

Schmitt, Louis and Chas 1400 Clyhourn avenue 

Schmitt, M. J 388 W. Belmont avenue 

Schmitt, Peter 561 35th street 

Schmitz, A. and Hauart, H . .343 Dearborn street 

Schmitz, P. S 1213 Lincoln avenue 

Sehmitz, Sam 1647 W. 12th street 

Schmoll, Jr., Oscar 151 E. North avenue 

Schneider, A. 186 92d street 

Schneider, Emil 754 W. 14th street 

Schneider, Geo 2510 Wentworth avenue 

Schneider, J. 860 Clybourn avenue 

Schneider, J. G 10458 Vincennes road 

Schneider, Jac 162 E. North avenue 

Schneider, Jacob 2290 W. Ohio street 

Schneider, Jno. and Siefried, Wm 58 E. Adams street 

Schneider, M 705 Jefferson street 

Schneider, Nick 238 Evergreen avenue 

Schneider, Wm N. W. cor. 75th and Centre avenue 

Schneider, Wm. F 5901 Halsted street 

Schnaudt, H. W 10003 Ewing avenue 

Schneidewend, Aug 3513 Archer avenue 

Schneidewendt, Wm 3616 Archer avenue 

Schnell, H. J 223 Lincoln avenue 

Schneller, Jno. L 130 Wells street 

Schner, David , 711 W. Taylor street 

Schnicker, John and Walschlaeger, C. . .174 W. Eandolph st. 

Schober, Mrs. C 227 W. 18th street 

Schoek, F. R 584 W. Huron street 

Schoepf, Chas 219 W. Division street 

Schoeknecht, Hy 811 N. Robey street 

Schoel, F. W 3400 State street 

Schoeltmer, John ^ . 1110 S. Leavitt street 

Sohoeman, T 305 Sedgwick street 

Schoene, Herm 1085 W. 12th street . 

Schoeninger, F. and W .655 N. Clark street 

Schoeninger, Wm 539 Lincoln avenue 

Schoenleber, Max 324 Sedgwick street 

Scholl, John B 6832 Stony Island avenue 

Schollenberger, Fred 533 N. Clark street 

Scholler, Peter 1124 W. 51st street 

Scholz, Franz 197 W. Randolph street 

Schoo, W 1043 W. 31st street 

Schorling, J. M 79th and Vincennes road 

Schott, A 1236 Belmont avenue 



A-134 


29 


5709 


1 


2392 


35 


A-189 


A9 


A-604 


25 


3396 


3 


698 


24 


1427 


27 


1838 


3 


5067 


1 


158 


26 


5594 


13 


3657 


23 


6143 


8 


2533 


11 


A-468 


4 


2923 


24 


2126 


32 


379 


22 


41 


35 


4051 


1 


4104 


9 


A-670 


15 


2488 


32 


2316 


31 


6146 


8 


305 


5 


1588 


5 


2425 


23 


2817 


21 


3482 


20 


3730 


18 


1352 


9 


A-618 


14 


2564 


15 


1979 


28 


1319 


3 


6065 


12 


1981 


21 


378 


20 


A-182 


21 


522 


25 


2082 


22 


1314 


7 


2309 


21 


1699 


29 


434 


18 


1898 


5 


312 


32 


1040 


25 



October 22, 1674 

Name. Address. 

Schott, John F 1203 Belmont avenue 

Schow, Hans 440 W. Fullerton avenue 

Scbrachta, Jos 1298 W. North avenue 

Schrader, Hy 544 W. Fullerton avenue 

Schrader, Wm. and Neu, C 1609 W. 47th street 

Schram, John C 742 Larra.bee street 

Schrandt, Ferd 2283 Evanston avenue 

Schreek, Frank H 5212 Halsted street 

Schreiber, A. and B 449 S. Halsted street 

Schreiber, 3. and 291 W. 14th street 

Schreiner, Fred 1575 Milwaukee avenue 

Sehroeder, Anna C 2704 Lowe avenue 

Schroeder, Henry 150 92d street 

Sehroeder, H. H 2872 Archer avenue 

Sehroeder, Herm 191 Larrabee street 

Schroeder, John 661 Blue Island avenue 

Schroeder, Mrs. M • . • • -2349 State street 

Schroeder, P. and F 700 Milwaukee avenue 

Schroeder, Pauline. 5013 Halsted street 

Schroeder, Theo 291 Clybourn avenue 

Schroeder, Tony • • • 1756 N. Halsted street 

Schroedter, R. C • • -9207 Commercial avenue 

Schrohe, Geo 9100 Erie avenue 

Schubert, A. E 6600 Cottage Grove avenue 

Schubert, Frank.. 1738 Wabash avenue 

Schubert, F. E 564 W. 12th street 

Schuda, Jake 4801 Honore street 

Schuenemann, H 415 Clybourn avenue 

Schug, John 13794 Leyden avenue 

Schug, Phil 11522 Front street 

Schuham, R 129 51st street 

Schuham, Theo 3201 Dearborn street 

Schuhmann, Frank 212 Racine avenue 

Sehukat, Henry 639 Diversey boulevard 

Schuldt, Fred : 500 W. Chicago avenue 

Schuler, Jos 69 Larrabee street 

Schulhof A . • 1608 Milwaukee avenue 

Schulien,' Jos 68 Willow street 

Schuller, A. D 1707 N. Spaulding avenue 

Schulwog, Herm 638 W. Lake street 

Schultheis, Fred 1113 Milwaukee avenue 

Schultz, And 61 Wright street 

Schultz, A 961 Talman avenue 

Schultz, Aug 1081 S. California avenue 

Schultz, E. C 475 California avenue 

Schultz, Frank 883 W. 19th street 

Schultz, Frank 3124 N. 40th avenue 

Schultz, J 259 Hervey street 

Schulz, Fred 105 Schiller street 

Schulz, G 497 Lumber street 



1906 



License No. 


Ward. 


439 


25 


161 


28 


■2829 


35 


2812 


28 


3802 


29 


3314 


23 


385 


25 


A-307 


29 


6326 


19 


5746 


9 


991 


28 


5047 


4 


5902 


8 


2020 


4 


663 


22 


6045 


11 


3589 


• 2 


1228 


17 


5018 


30 


189 


22 


3706 


25 


3857 


8 


4038 


8 


1372 


7 


A-848 


1 


5024 


10 


A-806 


29 


4414 


23 


5039 


33 


5154 


33 


2310 


30 


2151 


3 


3024 


24 


924 


24 


1841 


15 


1642 


22 


2214 


28 


1217 


23 


1475 


27 


A-330 


14 


A-925 


16 


5864 


16 


3935 


28 


1052 


12 


3268 


13 


262 


.11 


A-148 


27 


3822 


16 


2521 


21 


2513 






October 22, 



1675 



190S 



Name. Address. 

Scliulz, Wm 406 Armitage aveirne 

Sohulze, E 5360 S. Western avenue 

Schumaclier, Ernst 427 N. Ashland avenue 

Schumacher, L. and 56 Jackson boulevard 

Schumacher, Otto 2414 Wallace street 

Schumacher, W 10200 Avenue M 

Schumacher, Wm 814 N. Halsted street 

Schumann, Herm. 102 Lincoln avenue 

Schummer, P 414 Clybourn avenue 

Schunck, J 1636 W. Lake street 

Schurra, Alf 954 Campbell avenue 

Schuster, Geo 192 North avenue 

Schuth, Max 499 N. Francisco avenue 

Schuttler, Mrs. A 518 29th street 

Schutz, Louis H 5347 Wentworth avenue 

Schutz, M. B. and Klawans, N 65 N. Clark street 

Schutz, M. B. and Klawans, N. M 346 W. Madison street 

Schutz, Sam 376 Milwaukee avenue 

Schutz, S. F ' 6253 State street 

Schwab, E. and J . .4825 Ashland avenue 

Schwab, Jac 5358 Laflin street 

Schwager, M 63 Emma street 

Schwalb, Rud. 360 Courtland 

Schwamb, L 2355 Canal street 

Schwan, R. E 425 Dearborn street 

Schwandner, J 59 W. North avenue 

Sohwaner, John '. 798 W. 22d street 

Schwantes, Jno. E 962 S. Western avenue 

Schwartz, Ed 718 N. Irving avenue 

Schwartz, H. M 70 N. Clark street 

Schwartz, Ig 719 N. Campbell avenue 

Schwartz, Jacob 321 W. 12th street 

Schwartz, L ..91 W. Randolph street 

Schwarz, E 4555 Wentworth aSvenue 

Schwarz, Emil 569 N. Halsted street 

Schwarz, H. G Board of Trade Building 

Schwarzkopf, W. A 261 W. Harrison street 

Schweda, Frank , 543 Noble street 

Schweda, Jos . 22 Augusta street 

Schweihs, Sam , 2900 Butler street 

Schweisguth, John 43 W. Erie street 

Schweitzer, Jac 1614 W. North avenue 

Schwertfeger, Matthew 25 Montrose boulevard 

Schweyer, John 613 W. 12th street 

Schweinke, Aug 754 N. Wood street 

Schwienke, H 212 Homer street 

Schwind, M. J 488 S. Western avenue 

Scollen, Thos 9757 Commercial avenue 

Scott, Chas 8950 The Strand 

Scott, J. F . 2716 Ashland avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


3537 


28 


4847 


29 


2614 


15 


3808 


18. 


2418 


4 


5979 


8 


541 


23 


1144 


23 


4903 


23 


3843 


14 


2501 


2S 


4542 


22 


1651 


15 


1378 


4 


A-567 


30 


1266 


21 


3827 


18 


488 . 


17 


2926 


7 


651 


29 


3806 


31 


3257 


17 


4109 


28 


727 


4 


4386 


1 


2994 


16 


A-798 


11 


2114 


12 


821 


15 


1937 


21 


837 


28 


A-112 


19 


2185 


18 


2791 


30 


A-711 


22 


4452 


1 


A-574 


19 


24 


17 


1235 


24 


4997 


4 


4303 


17 


4025 


35 


A-63 


26 


5614 


19 


6277 


16 


724 


28 


2001 


20 


4576 


8 


A-738 


8 


4581 


5 



October 2: 



1676 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Sezesapanski, L 8358 Buffalo avenue 

Seaton, W. A 410 Roscoe street 

Seblom, A 11300 Michigan avenue 

Sebold, Mrs. L 961 W. Harrison street 

Sedlacek, R 364 W. 26th street 

SecUak, Vac 548 W. 25th street 

Seeger, Chas 445 Lincoln avenue 

Seeoers, H. W 4121 Wentworth avenue 

Seehase, Chas 1049 W. 20th street 

Seelig, Gabe 3036 Dearborn street 

Seelig, L 375 31st street 

Seelige, Fred 1600 W. 69th street 

Segale, J. B 3248 State street 

Seo'el, H 3800 Armour avenue 

Seoeler, P 10201 Notre Dame avenue 

Seideneck, G. Jos 515 Lincoln avenue 

Seidelmann, J. C. and Neimes, M 1555 W. 12th street 

Seidl, Thos 177 DeKoven street 

Seifert. A. M 3317 K Clark street 

Seifried, Wm 358 Blue Island avenue 

Seng, L. Q 92 Fifth avenue 

Senne, Frank 1040 Wrightwood avenue 

Serafini, F. and Beneditti, F 26 26th street 

Sergott, Steve 1196 N. 53d court 

Serpico, S 399 Canal street 

Sesti, Fred 4167 State street 

Seufert, A 1103 W. North avenue 

Seymour, John 2442 State street 

Shadeyk, S 1191 S. Western avenue 

Shallow, M 3758 Union avenue 

Shanahan, P. E 4909 Halsted street 

Shane, Jake Ill Desplaines street 

Shanghai Restaurant and Catering Co., Inc., M. Stone 

251 Clark street 

Shannon, P. J 4035 Wallace street 

Shannon, Thos 952 W. Lake street 

Shanna, Tony 84 Oak street 

Shapiro, Geo 369 W. Harrison street 

Shapiro, Phil 1065 W. 31st street 

Shapiro, M 6058 Centre avenue 

Sharkey, John 1394 W. Lake street 

Sharvy, John M 1033 N. Washtenaw avenue 

Sharvy, Martin 893 Campbell avenue 

Shatman, H. B 335 S. Wood street 

Shatunas, John 4528 S. Paulina street 

Sheahan, Frank S 2900 Fifth avenue 

Sheahan, John J 382 Grand avenue 

Sheahan, P 838 35th street 

Shean, C. H 6241 State street 



License No. 


Ward. 


5974 


8 


1272 


26 


1497 


33 


3250 


20 


1414 


12 


5537 


12 


3503 


25 


5007 


30 


2534 


12 


4661 


2 


2134 


2 


3249 


31 


1665 


3 


1678 


3 


1993 


8 


3736 


25 


5351 


13 


5705 


19 


4688 


26 


1063 


10 


1179 


1 


4210 


24 


1152 


2 


5571 


27 


4351 


19 


1237 


6 


4171 


28 


3713 


2 


461 


12 


230 


5 


5050 


30 


5761 


18 


1097 


1 


A-374 


30 


1907 


14 


238 


22 


113 


19 


A-388 


5 


4819 


31 


1853 


14 


5717 


28 


450 


28 


6184 


20 


2247 


29 


3779 


2 


2825 


17 


6350 


5 


4278 


7 



October 22, 



1677 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Shean, John E 442 W. Taylor street 

Shedwill, Frank 2427 Kensington avenue 

Sheehan, John. 1347 W. 35th street 

Sheehan, John 1112 Clybourn avenue 

Sheehan, John J 1358 W. 47th place 

Sheehan, M 4217 Ashland avenue 

Sheehan, Pat ...3707 Halsted street 

Sheehan, Thos 3789 Archer avenue 

Sheehan, Tom .45 Wabansia avenue 

Sheehy, Wm 404 S. Kedzie avenue 

Sheerin, John 105 N. Clark street 

Shellestad, Iver 96 Peoria street 

Shemaitis, D 130 Canalport avenue 

Shepard, Harry 42 E. Division street 

Shepler, J. N ■ • • -833 Homan avenue 

Shereck, P. and Ptacek, E 2901 Union avenue 

Sheridan, H. T. and A. L . .141 N. Sacramento avenue 

Sheridan, J. E 364 Dearborn street 

Sheridan, M. F. and McDonald, F. D...812 W. 35th street 

Sheridan, P 699 S. Ashland avenue 

Sherlock, Jas 3043 Evanston avenue 

Sherlock, John 365 N. Clark street 

Shermach, F 777 W. 18th street 

Sherman, P. J 247 S. Sangamon street 

Sherman House Hotel Co., Inc., A. Frank, Sec 

.Clark and Randolph streets (basement) 

Sherman House Hotel Co., Inc., A. Frank, Sec 

141 E. Randolph street 

Shields, Jno. and Jos 45 Gross avenue 

Shields, Martin 1352 35th street 

Shimberg, Wm 43 Grand avenue 

Shoen, Ig • 1557 Clark street 

Shonfeldinger, R. 4431 Fifth avenue 

Shults, Frank 426 S. Jefferson street 

Shunnesson, A. W 1033 Sheffield avenue 

Shutz, B. M. and Gorman, J .314 E. 29th street 

Sicillano, S 266 W. Randolph street 

Sider, N. and Klayf , L 112 E. Randolph street 

Sider, N. and Klayf, L 132 Fifth avenue 

Sidlo, Mrs. Vac 124 W. 19th street 

Siebert, Chas . -907 N. Clark street 

Siebert, Herman 476 S. California avenue 

Siebert, H. A 628 W. 81st street 

Siebert, M 4501 Justine street 

Seifried, Jacob 2047 W. 12th street 

Siegel, A 157 W. 45th street 

Siegel, H. and Laping, H 160 Maxwell street 

Siegel, Cooper & Co., Inc 285 State street 

Siegel, Chr 3934 State street 



rieense No. 


Ward. 


5846 


19 


275 


33 


1181 


5 


2879 


24 


5000 


29 


4101 


29 


4262 


5 


6121 


5 


5242 


16 


5544 


13 


3130 


21 


1809 


18 


2887 


9 


917 


22 


6041 


12 


3280 


4 


2421 


14 


5575 


1 


6287 


5 


A-51 


11 


5604 


25 


1827 


21 


5816 


11 


1947 


19 



321 



320 


1 


5447 


29 


4844 


5 


6115 


17 


4353 


1 


4342 


30 


2962 


19 


1029 


25 


2479 


2 


2397 


18 


1246 


1 


656 


1 


5392 


9 


1613 


23 


A-686 


13 


4995 


32 


4539 


29 


4113 


34 


2932 


30 


A-520 


9 


F-5 


1 


2651 


30 



October 



1678 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Sieirler, Geo 120 La Salle street 

Sie^ler, Geo 365 Chestnut street 

Siemiaszko, John .4841 S. Centre avenue 

Sienkiewicz, Jos 8756 Exchange avenue 

Sienkiewicz, Peter 77 Rawson street 

Sierth, Fred 421 Belmont avenue 

Siever, Chas 102 La Salle street 

Sifferman, Aloise 185 E. Washington street 

Sigale, M. and Kornstein, B 459 35th street 

Sikora, P 1806 Kimball avenue 

Sikyta, F. J 1933 W. 47th street 

Sikyta, M 582 Centre avenue 

Silver, Ad 124 Clybourn avenue 

Silver, Geo 73 S. Clark street 

Silver, W 174 Madison street 

Silverman, Ed 13545 Ontario avenue 

Silverman, M 1034 W. Van Buren street 

Silverman, M. S 429 State street 

Silverman, M. S 194 E. 22d street 

Silverman, Nat 418 State street 

Silvermann, Isaac 13500 Ontario avenue 

Sima, Jos 1593 W. 22d street 

Simak, Frank 1644 W. 23d street 

Simek, A 213 Johnson street 

Simek, Anton 428 W. 17th street 

Simek, Jos 931 W. 19th street 

Simenson, John 4173 Halsted street 

Simmons, John 2701 25th street 

Simms, W. J 2262 State street 

Simnacher, F • • • • 4926 S. Ashland avenue 

Simon, A 233 S. Halsted street 

Simon, Anton 2559 La Salle street 

Simon' Ben 395 W. Taylor street 

Simon, 1 106 W. Madison street 

Simon, J 2701 Armour avenue 

Simon, M 291 E. Kinzie street 

Simon', Michael 348 Fifth avenue 

Simonetti, R 223 Wells street 

Simoni, John 2020 W. Harrison street 

Simonini, Jos 513 Wabashj avenue 

Simonini, Tony 3266 Cottage Grove avenue 

Simons, Jos 875 Grand avenue 

Simons Natural Development System, F. Loeffler, Pres 

14 Quincy street 

Simpson, H. A Jackson and Franklin streets 

Sinclair,' E. and Geo. 71 Market street 

Sindelar, Jac 1359 42d avenue 

Singer, A. F 697 Noble street 

Singer, Frank 372 Hervey street 



icense No. 


Ward. 


A-832 


1 


2895 


21 


1721 


29 


2396 


8 


6217 


16 


140 


27 


A-851 


21 


134 


1 


A-278 


3 


664 


27 


715 


29 


5738 


10 


5418 


22 


A-701 


1 


A-282 


1 


A-678 


8 


855 


13 


790 


1 


A-443 


1 


5071 


1 


768 


8 


2535 


12 


4002 


12 


773 


9 


5267 


10 


5646 


12 


2934 


30 


5131 


5 


3871 


2 


4465 


29 


5855 


19 


4480 


4 


5669 


19 


599 


18 


3508 


2 


703 


21 


4079 


1 


4445 


22 


2432 


13 


6072 


1 


1186 


2 


2091 


14 


A-657 


1 


760 


1 


216 


1 


3200 


34 


257 


16 


4399 


16 



October 22, 



1679 



1906 



Name. ■ Address. 

Singer, Jas . . . . 12000 Emerald avenue 

Singer,' John F 594 Dickson street 

Sinnott, R. J 41 Sinnott place 

Sippel, Geo. K 692 W. 21st place 

Sirotka, Aug 108 Clybourn avenue 

Sirovatka, Jos • • -366 W. 20th street 

Sirvett, Jos 68 W. I5th street 

Sissman, William 854 Carroll avenue 

Sistek, Frank J 732 Southport avenue 

Sistek, F. J. and J 3390 Milwaukee avenue 

Sivore, V. F • 344 E. 31st street 

Skafgard, Tony 321 W. Fullerton avenue 

Skahen D ......... • 41 Blue Island avenue 

Skaja, Jacob 39 Homer street 

Skaja, Ig 1365 N. Leavitt street 

Skala, F 654 W. 25th street 

Skala' Jos' M. • 1^5 W. 12th street 

Sharpinski, Frank 1538 W. 22d street 

Skelly, Jos. A 161 Michigan street 

Skibbe W 327 Wabansia avenue 

Skidelsky, M 367* Maxwell street 

Skidmore, W. R 1348 W. Madison street 

Skiller, Frank : 12001 S. Halsted street 

Skinder, Julius 4528 Wood street 

Skoog, Victor. 8313 Commercial avenue 

Skopec, John S 2799 Milwaukee avenue 

Skruch Mrs. Jos 4222 Ashland avenue 

Skrzydlewski, Adam 96 W. Division street 

Skvorc, John. 314 W. 18th place 

Slaby, John 618 Centre, avenue 

Slad, Vac 1061 S. Troy street 

Sladek, Vaclav 634 Loomis street 

Sladoslawek, A 173 E. Madison street 

Slakis, Peter 3321 Auburn avenue 

Slama F '^'^5 Loomis street 

Slaughter, Fred ' 359 E. 31st street 

Sliz, John • 328 Cornell street 

Slocum, Geo 5436 Princeton avenue 

Slonzeh', Geo. E 31 W. Lake street 

Sieves, Phil 358 N. Ashland avenue 

Slumbrick, P 1485 93d street 

Small P. F 3843 Wallace street 

Smith A 9162 Harbor avenue 

Smith, A. B 373 Grand avenue 

Smith, Chas. M 145 Randolph street 

Smith, Chas. M 117 Clark street 

Smith, C. N 3118 State, street 

Smith D. W 308 N. Lincoln street 

Smith, F. H 16 Rush street 



icense No. 


Ward. 


5249 


33 


3926 


16 


1409 


17 


5573 


11 


1584 


22 


1542 


10 


3176 


9 


A-102 


14 


A-606 


24 


2042 


27 


5662 


2 


2430 


28 


1748 


19 


5671 


28 


1605 


28 


A-652 


12 


2270 


19 


2034 


12 


2973 


21 


A-323 


16 


3161 


10 


5942 


13 


3985 


33 


3751 


29 


5525 


8 


4839 


27 


3344 


29 


701 


16 


4160 


10 


2915 


10 


A-332 


12 


5278 


10 


867 


1 


2547 


5 


860 


10 


A-132 


2 


2890 


17 


1412 


30 


3832 


18 


4345 


17 


509 


33 


• 2640 


5 


2440 


8 


38 


17 


4447 


1 


4446 


1 


1389 


1 


3664 


15 


4188 


21 



October 



1680 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Smith, V. R 289 E. Erie street 

Smith, F. V 288 Sedgwick street 

Smith, Geo. A 1185 Blue Island avenue 

Smith, Geo. H 337 31st street 

Smith, H 5488 Lake avenue 

Smith, H. S 3859 Dearborn street 

Smith, H. W 56 S. State street 

Smith, 1 11050 Michigan avenue 

Smith, J. A 827 70th street 

Smith, J. J 260 Indiana street 

Smith, J. J 11 N. Clark street 

Smith, J, M 1311 N. Western avenue 

Smith, J. W 479 W. Van Buren street 

Smith, John T 302 N. Robey street 

Smith, John, and Cooney, John, Co 6201 Halsted street 

Smith, M. B 11 La Salle street 

Smith, M. and Kolendich, J 215 E. Randolph street 

Smith, Mat 11502 Front street 

Smith, P. M 1636 S. 40th avenue 

Smolinsky, L 273 83d place 

Smuda, John 968 W. 18tli place 

Smuda, St 1193 Blue Island avenue 

Smyth, Thos. H 378 93d street 

Snelbaker, Carl E 1426 Ogden avenue 

Snell, Walter 209 E. 21st street 

Snell, Walter 4259 Halsted street 

Snelling, John 241 S. Water street 

Sniegocki, S 1155 N. Leavitt street 

Snip, William 11567 Michigan avenue 

Suite, Al 487 Ogden avenue 

Sobetskis, Jos. and Liczkus, Stan 4522 S. Marshfield ave. 

Sobolewitz, L. . 3037 Dearborn street 

Sobolewski, John 8701 Houston avenue 

Sobota, John 587 Milwaukee avenue 

Sobota, Jos 2 Luther street 

Sobota, K 74 Front street 

Soderstrom, J. 837 Blue Island avenue 

Soeldner, Theo. H 5324 S. Halsted street 

Soelle, Louis 222 North avenue 

Soennichsen, Mrs. N. 4859 Marshfield avenue 

Soffe, Wm 638 S. Union street 

Sohler, C 409 E. North avenue 

Sohns, Robt 1635 Wrightwood avenue 

Sokolowski, D. F 40 Cornelia street 

Sokolowski, Walter 147 Fry street 

Solberg, Nic 247 Grand avenue 

Solberg,' Nic • • -314 W. Ohio street 

Solomon, Jac ....583 Grand avenue 

Solomon, Phil, and Weinstein, B . . . .80 E. Van Buren street 
Solon, Dudley 1572 Ogden avenue 



jicense No. 


Ward. 


2299 


21 


A-242 


22 


A-408 


12 


A-334 


2 


1631 


7 


4354 


3 


1167 


1 


1473 


83 


1447 


7 


332 


21 


2460 


31 


979 


28 


3715 


20 


1569 


15 


4138 


31 


2525 


1 


3459 


1 


3983 


33 


A-85 


13 


741 


8 


3577 


12 


A-355 


12 


A-576 


8 


A-751 


12 


A-698 


1 


A-421 


30 


375 


1 


6156 


28 


A-55 


33 


5468 


20 


A-938 


29 


6191 


2 


844 


8 


2982 


17 


A-427 


12 


5821 


17 


914 


11 


1823 


29 


2517 


22 


496 


29 


1043 


9 


3322 


23 


2569 


25 


2540 


17 


3936 


17 


2221 


17 


3116 


17 


552 


14 


2369 


1 


A-233 


34 



October 22, 1681 

Name. Address. 

Solon, M. J 380 Colorado avenue 

Soltes, Step . 1024 119tli street 

Sommer, Peter 5058 May street 

Sommer, P. J. .265 92d street 

Sommerfeld, I. . . 295 W. Division street 

Sommer, 4237 S. Ashland avenue 

Sonntag, Frank 380 Cleveland avenue 

Sons, Jos 857 Roseoe street 

Sonsikowski, Paul 903 W. ITth street 

Soodvoisky, N 511 Jefferson street 

Sophie, C 63 Hastings street 

Sophie, John 91 Canalport avenue 

Sorenson, And 4257 Milwaukee avenue 

Sorkness, G. C 843 W. Division street 

Soszynski, Stanley .250 Fulton street 

Soucek, Adolph 1248 Kedzie avenue 

Souhrada, Jas. F '. 4934 Loomis street 

Souhrada, J 1431 Homan avenue 

Soukup, Frank 1191 Sawyer avenue 

Soukup, Frank . 965 W. 18th street 

Sokup, Vac 1122 Van Horn street 

Soustek, B 612 W. 18th street 

Spachman, L 5229 Milwaukee avenue 

Spahn, Chas. and Huebenthal, P 271 E. North avenue 

Spain, Michael 606 Poot street 

Spangenberger, P. and Walley, D 212 N. Clark street 

Spankuch, Louis 503 Sedgwick street 

Spaulding, J. and Braden, S. S 522 Wabash avenue 

Speciale, Ph 2000 Wentworth avenue 

Sperlak, Chas 38 Luther street 

Sperling, M 3423 S. Centre avenue 

Speropoulos, A 324 S. Halsted street 

Spiegel, Frank .446 W. Lake street 

Spiegel, Simon 10708 Torrence avenue 

Spieler, B 2269 Archer avenue 

Spies, M ll'^9 Blue Island avenue 

Spietz, Hy. 736 W. Division street 

Spiewak, M 86 Front street 

Spilger, Geo 4862 iState street 

Spingola, Geo 216 W. Taylor street 

Spira, Simon 234 N. Centre avenue 

Splitt, Rose. . 627 Holt avenue 

Sprado, Ralph 195 S. Clark street 

Spranger, Theo 663 Milwaukee avenue 

Spreyne, F. G 4400 State street 

Springguth, Geo. and Haenel, Max... 760 N.- Halsted street 

Spuck, Maggie 9946 Vincennes road 

Sramek, Chas 663 W. 19th street 

Srb, Gust 25 Fulton Market 



1906 



License No. 


Ward. 


5563 


13 


1449 


33 


4499 


29 


5053 


8 


2177 


15 


4022 


29 


313 


23 


1793 


26 


5534 


11 


5440 


9 


1698 


10 


A-517 


9 


5441 


27 


3622 


15 


A-715 


18 


A-909 


12 


3274 . 


29 


1009 


12 


3189 


12 


3513 


12 


3123 


12 


707 


10 


5506 


27 


2644 


23 


2630 


30 


5615 


21 


43 


23 


3138 


1 


3349 


1 


645 


12 


3027 


5 


A-590 


19 


2413 


18 


A-746 


8 


5026 


4 


1589 


12 


3091 


15 


1260 


17 


4393 


30 


6358 


19 


4145 


17 


830 


16 


F-8 


1 


4934 


17 


1390 


30 


3103 


23 


2837 


32 


A-907 


11 


4192 


18 



October 22, 



1682 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Staeh, John 1136 Albany avenue 

Stach, Jos 89 Cornelia street 

Stack, M 127 N. Lincoln street 

Stack, M 270 Fulton street 

Stack, R. M 219 Van Buren street 

Stade, R 3744 Cottage Grove avenue 

StaflF, N. and SclioU, 10401 Avenue M 

Stafford, E 2026 W. Lake street 

Stagowski, L. and Niezabitkowski, W. . . .2957 Farrell street 

Stahl, F. and Menk, Jno 909 W. North avenue 

Starulak, K 4518 Laflin street 

Stalmierski, John 927 N. Paulina street 

Stamm, Fred and Bohnenberger, A 130 Dearborn street 

Stamm, Jos 1845 W. Chicago avenue 

Stamper, Martin 10750 Torrence avenue 

Stancik, Jos 2387 Kensington avenue 

Standard Club, The, F. E. Ward, Asst. Treas.159 24th street 
Standard, The, Inc., A. Seelig, Pres....236 Halsted street 

Stanek, Frank . .3145 Butler street 

Stange, E. J 902 Noble avenue 

Stange, John 1993 N. Ashland avenue 

Stanic, B. and Veinsvic, J 8910 The Strand 

Stanich, 1218 Clybourn avenue 

Staniec, M 8559 Superior avenue 

Stankiewicz, 1 802 Milwaukee avenue 

Stankowski, W 8403 Illinois avenue 

Stanley, C. and Farrell, T 532 Fulton street 

Stanley, M. F. and Walsh, M. J 69 E. Lake street 

Stanton Co., Inc., Edgar Stanton, Pres . . 69 Washington street 

Stanton, Thos 615 W. 12th street 

Stanic, 1 8905 Green Bay avenue 

Starcevich, Vincent 200 95th street 

Starcewich, Geo 10818 Torrence avenue 

Starczewski, Jac 11739 Indiana avenue 

Stark, And 711 Racine avenue 

Stark, And 1176 Lincoln street 

Stark, L. G 3160 Wentworth avenue 

Starsiak, L 263 N. Centre avenue 

Stary, H. F 530 Blue Island avenue 

Stasch, John 1807 Central Park avenue 

States Liquor Co., H. S. Diller, Treas 3301 State street 

States Liquor Co., Inc., H. S. Diller, Treas . 3701 State street 
States Liquor Co., Inc., H. S. Diller, Treas. 2401 State street 

States Restaurant Co., Inc., Her. Grossman, Pres 

52 Adams street 

Stastny, Bertha 132 Oak street 

Stastny, C. 1 1307 E. 76th street 

Stastny, Frank... 712 W. 21st street 

Stastny, Jos 650 Blue Island avenue 



license No. 


Ward. 


5601 


12 


1945 


17 


6331 


14 


4904 


18 


5161 


1 


4595 


3 


3174 


8 


1992 


34 


2571 


4 


1481 


28 


3333 


29 


A-88 


16 


4117 


1 


6280 


35 


A-117 


8 


3006 


33 


5261 


2 


2930 


18 


4877 


4 


735 


24 


586 


26 


5475 


8 


4394 


24 


1444 


8 


2041 


17 


1415 


8 


A-232 


14 


3846 


1 


1866 


1 


3870 


11 


8863 


8 


5524 


8 


2690 


8 


1151 


33 


4240 


24 


3128 


26 


1792 


2 


4582 


17 


6048 


10 


5916 


27 


4164 


3 


A-135 


3 


2131 


2 


1487 


1 


3095 


22 


270 


33 


2921 


11 


2261 


10 



October 22, 



1683 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Staszewski, A 5001 Loomis street 

Statzrien, Hy . 975 Clybourn avenue 

Stauffer Bros., Inc., J. D. Gazzolo, Pres..635 W. Van Buren st 

Stefani, D. and A 68 N. Franklin street 

Stefansicz, M. and Miksic, T. . 8956 The Strand 

Stefanski, J '. . . .723 W. 18th street 

Steffens, Fred 314 Rush street 

Steffes, Nick 972 Lincoln avenue 

Stegeman, Wm 1074 S. Western avenue 

Stegemann, R. 662 Laflin street 

Stegmeyer, John 355 E. North avenue 

Stehle, F. J 2358 La Salle street 

Stehle, John. 335 Courtland street 

Stehlik, Jos 690 May street 

Stehno, Anton 1084 S. Troy street 

Steibner, Rud 10202 Vincennes road 

S.tein, A. F. 317 W. Madison street 

Stein, A. M 2179 W. 38th street 

Stein, Adolph 641 W. Madison street 

Stein, Arthur 113 S. Canal street 

Stein, Aug. 362 N. Clark street 

Stein, B 638 W. Madison street 

Stein, Israel 199 W. Division street 

Stein, M 348 Maxwell street 

gtein 60 Wells street 

Stein, Oscar 35 Wells street 

Stein, Sam and Louis 372 Halsted street 

Steinbrecher, B 1355 W. 33d street 

Steinbrecher, B., Jr 353 W. 33d place 

Steinbrecher, C. W 1207 S. Oakley avenue 

Steiner, J. G. and Krisan, T. 306 W. 30th street 

Steiner, Sam 676 W. Lake street 

Steinke, M. . 455 Oanal street 

Steitz, John 3757 Centre avenue 

Stejskal, John C 1075 Homan avenue 

Stell, Ben 835 W. Taylor street 

Stenberg, Al. . : 3193 Evanston avenue 

Sternpankus, O . . . ' 1130 Leavitt street 

Stenberg, Aug 1427 Belmont avenue 

Stenberg, John 1698 N. Clark street 

Stender, Wm 3408 S. Western avenue 

Stenson, Patrick . 1100 Clybourn avenue 

Stenzig, Oscar • 1249 Elston avenue 

Stepancie, Mike 31 Emma street 

Stephens, Alex 464 State street 

Stephens, F. D 1935 Archer avenue 

Stepsik, Annie 443 S. Canal street 

Sterling, John 547 School street 

Sterling, Robt 3334 State street 



License No. 


Ward. 


4493 


39 


90 


34 


4593 


30 


533 


23 


5569 


8 


845 


11 


3474 


31 


1411 


24 


3675 


13 


3733 


10 


348 


33 


5399 


4 


2603 


38 


6055 


10 


116 


13 


3068 


33 


3771 


18 


368 


5 


1348 


30 


1365 


18 


6371 


31 


3847 


30 


A-147 


15 


1014 


9 


5991 


31 


2.099 


33 


4803 


19 


2971 


13 


5853 


13 


6008 


13 


2498 


9 


308 


14 


2823 


19 


6348 


5 


5376 


13 


6345 


20 


4 


35 


4175 


13 


3109 


25 


3970 


25 


5166 


5 


A-300 


.34 


438 


38 


A-76 


17 


4168 


1 


4760 


1 


3631 


19 


873 


36 


5800 


3 



CVtober 22, 



1684 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Stermer, Wm. R 179 28tli place 

Stern, W. F 315 E. Fullerton avenue 

Steuben County Wine Co., B. T. Van Hansen, Pres 

210 Madison street 

Stevens, Ed 134 Center street 

St. Hubert English Grill Co., Inc., F. E. St. Clair, Sec, Majes- 
tic Hotel (17th floor) 

Stiber, Anton 212 W. 20th street 

Stiber, Jos 1933 51st street 

Stieber, Ed B 1318 N. Halsted street 

Stiles, Chas. and Waldee, Jno 1624 Milwaukee avenue 

Stillson, J. N. and Sebree, J. K 146 Dearborn street 

St. Lawrence, Rich 3457 Ashland avenue 

Stobbe, John F 330 Augusta street 

Stochl, A. L 1674 W. 22d street 

Stock, Jacob 492 N. California avenue 

Stocker, Fred 65 W. Jackson boulevard 

Stockhausen, Phil 2215 N. Lincoln street 

Stockinger, Mat 358 Larrabee street 

Stodola, Jos 10656 Green Bay avenue 

Stoeger, Con 1240 K Ashland avenue 

Stoffel, F 543 Sedgwick street 

Stokes & Son, Pat 844 26th street 

Stoll, C. E. and Bowen, J. J 142 E. Monroe street 

Stollenmaier, Jos 2838 Cottage Grove avenue 

Stommel, H. H 69 E. Randolph street 

Stone, John 8743 Buffalo avenue 

Stone, Julius 437 State street 

Stone, 0. M 863 Sheffield avenue 

Stone, Wm 3401 S. Halsted street 

Stonovich, S 45 Union street 

Storey, Alex. 571 Elston avenue 

Straessle, Frank and Ben., Jr 212 Bissell street 

Straka, Ed ..613 W. 18th street 

Strand, C. A 96 W. Ohio street 

Strand, C. A 2371 N. 64th avenue 

Strand, Chas 334 83d street 

Strand, Oscar 91 E. 88th street 

Stransky, Jos 1434 Central Park avenue 

Straszewski, J 960 N. Hoyne avenue 

Stratford Hotel Co., B.H. Barber, Prop. 16 Jackson boulevard 

Stratyniski, P 749 N. Ashland avenue 

Straub, John Ph 533 Milwaukee avenue 

Strauch, P 105 Canalport avenue 

Streich Bros. 'Co., The, R. 'Streich, Sec 82 Fifth avenue 

Strejc, V 1135 Homan avenue 

Strening, J. and M 204 Blue Island avenue 

Strich, Carl 508 Wells street 

Strieker, Louis 5965 Halsted street 



license No. 


"Ward. 


240 


4 


2693 


24 


4866 


1 


3893 


24 


5361 


1 


4976 


9 


4735 


39 


1354 


S5 


2196 


28 


1857 


1 


1383 


5 


3411 


15 


4006 


12 


3590 


15 


466 


18 


4894 


26 


A-471 


33 


1830 


8 


3086 


34 


1595 


33 


5132 


34 


2605 


1 


1371 


3 


788 


1 


419 


8 


5444 


1 


2224 


35 


1990 


5 


5079 


18 


5122 


16 


A-123 


33 


2524 


11 


A-744 


17 


A-251 


27 


4720 


8 


504 


8 


A-545 


13 


5454 


28 


840 


1 


448 


16 


6341 


17 


1653 


9 


2164 


1 


1007 


13 


4548 


19 


3670 


31 


6128 


31 



October 22, 



1685 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Striepling, J. G 308 N. Franklin street 

Strnad, Jos 431 N. Western avenue 

Strobel, Geo 1180 Fulton street 

Strobl, John 1059 W. Fullerton avenue 

Strohmeier, Wm 260 Lake street 

Stroik, 1 1016 N. Robey street 

Strom, Matthias 238 N. Centre avenue 

Stromvall, Chas 6315 Ashland avenue 

Strug, M 13200 Houston avenue 

Strumil, 0. and L 2511 107th street 

Struna, J . 9440 Commercial avenue 

Strunce, Jos 1287 76th street 

Strupat, Ed 321 Clybourn avenue 

Strzelecki, Frank 4858 Lincoln stree.t 

Stuckmaier, Geo. J 1195 Blue Island avenue 

Stuckmaier, Geo. J 67 W. Van Buren street 

Stuebing, John. 1834 Grand avenue 

Steudli, Ed '. 2448 Wentworth avenue 

Stuehler, E • 757 N. Paulina street 

Stuhlmiller, Mrs. M 3415 Wallace street 

Stunz, M 2558 Wentworth avenue 

Stupka, John. 614 W. 17th street 

Sturomski, W 8844 Muskegon avenue 

Sturtz, A. E 3846 Cottage Grove avenue 

Styrsky, Jos 769 Fulton street 

Styx, Frank 610 W. 26th street 

Sucha, Vac 748 W. 18th street 

Suchomel, Frank 746 Allport street 

Suchomski, T 659 Dickson street 

Suchy, Frank 532 Laflin street 

Suchy, Peter 911 Leavitt street 

Sugg, E. G 3304 Cottage Grove avenue 

Sullivan, D. J 220 W. Jackson street 

Sullivan, D. J .60 E. 31st street 

Sullivan, D.J 2923 Archer avenue 

Sullivan, D. W 3131 Wentworth avenue 

Sullivan, Eugene 324 22d street 

Sullivan, Geo. A 65 N. Western avenue 

Sullivan-, J. J 348 W. 15th street 

Sullivan, Jeremiah 1260 W. Chicago avenue 

Sullivan, Jerry 579 Grand avenue 

Sullivan, J. H 7257 Greenwood avenue 

Sullivan, J. H. and M. T 108 E. 39th street 

Sullivan, J. M •• . 87 E. 31st street 

Sullivan, John 1464 Indiana avenue 

Sullivan, Jno. A 9258 Cottage Grove avenue 

Sullivan Liquor Co., P. D. Sullivan, Prop.3256 Wallace street 

Sullivan, M 4813 Ashland avenue 

Sullivan, M. J 128 N. Clark street 



iicense No. 


Ward. 


5170 


22 


A-596 


15 


5731 


14 


2128 


27 


6153 


18 


1216 


16 


431 


17 


4343 


31 


32 


8 


1456 


33 


1507 


8 


2068 


33 


A- 143 


23 


1941 


29 


A-547 


12 


2742 


18 


4179 


35 


6211 


4 


6354 


16 


524 


5 


976 


4 


3165 


11 


1729 


8 


2578 


3 


5531 


14 


A-516 


12 


5561 


11 


5338 


10 


4309 


16 


4700 


10 


5997 


12 


3700 


3 


6289 


18 


A-510 


2 


970 


5 


2857 


2 


3217 


1 


251 


14 


5065 


10 


A-724 


15 


5416 


14 


1318 


33 


2659 


3 


A-111 


2 


3782 


1 


1604 


33 


947 


4 


5848 


29 


3791 


21 



October 22, 1686 

Name. Address. 

Sullivan, Mark 6 Park Row 

Sullivan, Michael 402 47tli street 

Sullivan, Mike 1935 W. 22d street 

Sullivan, P. G 3997 Archer avenue 

Sullivan, P. J 40 E. Chicago avenue 

Sullivan, P. J '^58 43d street 

Sullivan, P. J. and Patk 271 Clybourn place 

Sullivan, Pat'k 504 Grand avenue 

Sullivan, P. 2551 Emerald avenue 

Sullivan, P. J 4200 Campbell avenue 

Sullivan, Mrs. T 4501 Gross avenue 

Sullivan, T. and Patterson, Geo 77 E. Van Buren street 

Sullivan, T. J 5400 Halsted street 

Sullivan, Wm 4859 State street 

Sullivan W. M 2238 Harrison street 

Sullivano, A 194 E. 20th street 

Sulski, Step 8755 Houston avenue 

Sulski, Victor 8714 Houston avenue 

Sumuga, Rosi 10822 Buffalo avenue 

Sunset Buifet, S. Rosenfeld 284 W. Randolph street 

Sustad, John 212 W. Ohio street 

Sutterluete, Jos 1302 Wellington street 

Svendson, C. W 29 E. Van Buren street 

Svensson, John 93 E. Chicago avenue 

Svoboda, A. B 67 Canalport avenue 

Svoboda, Jos. J 4300 S. Wood street 

Svoboda, J. J 1900 63d street 

Swan, A. and K 1282 75th street 

Swan, Frank E 6401 S. Park avenue 

Swanson, B 6028 Halsted street 

Swanson, E. and Nelson, Th 1873 N. Clark street 

Swanson, F 368 Division street 

Swanson, Geo. A 2499 W. Kinzie street 

Swanson, H. and 7052 Stony Island avenue 

Swanson, J. A 11015 Michigan avenue 

Swanson, J. P 809 Wrightwood avenue 

Swanson, M 73 E. Kinzie street 

Swanson, P 2500 Wentworth avenue 

Swanson, S. and Wallin, C 8906 The Strand 

Sweeney, Barney 92 Centre avenue 

Sweeney, C. E 106 Fuller street 

Sweeney, C. E 1412 35th street 

Sweeney, J 2837 Cottage Grove avenue 

Sweeney', John 382 S. Kedzie avenue 

Sweeney, John and Hall, Sam 116 W. Jackson street 

Sweeney, P. J 514 S. 48th avenue 

Sweeney, Wm 2380 115th street 

Sweig, Fred A. 1256 S. Ridgeway avenue 

Swenson, A. E 276 Wells street 



1906 



License No. 


Ward. 


4791 


1 


3626 


30 


3382 


34 


4300 


5 


4784 


22 


3582 


30 


3447 


16 


2749 


14 


1953 


4 


1368 


29 


A-r66 


29 


1178 


1 


1779 


29 


5384 


6 


4946 


34 


5324 


1 


1159 


8 


2668 


8 


5978 


8 


5009 


18 


5128 


17 


124 


25 


5181 


1 


5433 


22 


4520 


9 


A-919 


29 


1788 


31 


3399 


33 


2374 


7 


4906 


31 


5580 


25 


A-300 


22 


471 


35 


2186 


7 


292 


33 


2030 


27 


577 


22 


1621 


4 


A-295 


8 


5455 


18 


5751 


5 


5184 


5 


4277 


2 


A-731 


13 


A-727 


18 


2843 


35 


3066 


33 


2002 


34 


58 


21 



October 22, 1687 1906 

Name. Address. License No. Ward. 

Swenson, 0. W • . •• 334 Townsend street 

Swetitsch, J 1468 Milwaukee avenue 

Swiercz, A 1832 W. 47th street 

Swierski, Jos 8700 Houston avenue 

Swieski, Amelia 3156 Mosspratt street 

Swift, J. A 5428 Halsted street 

Switay, Jos 1354i Ontario avenue 

SAVords, W. B 33 Quincy street 

Szafranski, A. 112 W. Randolph street 

Szafranski, J. F 8500 Buffalo avenue 

Szarafin, John 460 106th street 

Szarat, J 539 W. 25th place 

Szczech, Jos 258 N. Sangamon street 

Szczepanski, B 615 Holt avenue 

Szczepanski, T 441 Elston avenue 

Szepler, Jacob ., 48 Dean street 

Szimajtis, John 708 Canal street 

Szliter, Tony 150 W, 18th street 

Szostkowaski, John 1008 N. Winchester avenue 

Szulezewski, Ig 1070 W. 31st street 

Szulezewski, S 996 32d place 

Szumnarski, Peter 975 Diversey avenue 

Szymanski, Frank 628 Dickson street 

Szmczak, John 706 Noble street 

SzymkoAvski, John. 154 W. Division street 

Tabor sky, Frank - 61 N. Clinton street 

Tacy, A. J 188 E. 35th street 

Taeschler, Al 358 W. Randolph street 

Tafel, Frlnk 971 W. 22d street 

Taglia, Fr. and Giordano, N 156 Custom House plaice 

Taglia, F. and Pascale, C .415 S. Clark street 

Taglia, P 361 Jefferson street 

Taglia, Teresa 499 State street 

Taglia, V. A 203 Plymouth place 

Taiglia, V. A 220 DeKoven street 

Tahany, B • • • • 4708 Halsted street 

Tambirino, Jas ^.. 120 Austin avenue 

Tamillo, Frank 1190 W. 15th street 

Taneel, . Jos 839 Allport street 

Tanzer, Ad 658 N. Oakley avenue 

Tarasiewicz, T 12105 S. Halsted street 

Tatar, Jacob 811 W. 20th street 

Tauber, S 458 Belmont avenue 

Tausig, H. B 1764 Lincoln avenue 

Taylor, L. D 3210 Cottage Grove avenue 

Tearney, A. R. and Dougherty, B 74 Adams street 

Tebbetts, C. H. and Garland, D. F 2111 Michigan avenue 

Teischler, Paul 5300' S. Ashland avenue 

Telkes, R 928 W. Taylor street 



763 


22 


523 


28 


2456 


29 


2631 


8 


1184 


4 


2874 


29 


4809 


8 


2959 


1 


387 


18 


6320 


8 


A-69 


8 


628 


12 


A-703 


17 


1986 


16 


A-186 


16 


5820 


16 


2139 


9 


A.- 586 


9 


1802 


16 


1722 


5 


3441 


4 


•4042 


27 


A-283 


16 


2621 


16 


3938 


16 


A-326 


18 


1377 


3 


2474 


18 


3531 


12 


A-743 


1 


721 


1 


6190 


19 


5512 


1 


5691 


1 


5948 


19 


36-79 


29 


4183 


17 


4925 


12 


1702 


10 


2604 


15 


677 


33 


458 


11 


1264 


26 


3775 


26 


2402 


2 


2i667 


1 


6068 


1 


A-37 


29 


2161 


11 



CVtobcr 22, 1^88 

Name. Address. 

Telser Jac ^^^ Larrabee street 

Tempe'l, And .'.*.'.'' ' 3011 Keeley street 

Tenipel, John, Jr 2239 Princeton avenue 

Tennes, Clias 141 N. Clark street 

Tennie, Franlc 6257 State street 

Teplitz, H 547 W. Madison street 

Teska. ' J. M • • 1^42 W. 18th street 

Teski,' Henry".'.' 147 W. Chicago avenue 

Tetren, J 1279 W. 21st place 

Thau, Wm. G 1228 N. Halsted street 

Theehs Wm 2806 Cottage Grove avenue 

Thelen' Peter 5440 Shields avenue 

Theurer, Geo 27 E. Fullerton avenue 

Theurer, Peter 10701 Green Bay avenue 

Thibodeaux, P. J 234 La Salle street 

Thielen, Mrs. Mary 548 Melrose street 

Thielnmn, John 3559 Morgan street 

Thielsen, John 865 N. Robey street 

Thien John 3558 Wentworth avenue 

Thom'as, A. J 196 Madison street 

Thomas, H 3500 S. California avenue 

Thomas, R 809 W. Lake street 

Thompson, Chas 76 W. Madison street 

Thompson, C 646 Avers avenue 

Thompson, Jas. J 55 W. Van Buren street 

Thompson, John G 1261 State street 

Thompson, John R 83 Jackson boulevard 

Thompson, Sam 700 S. Ashland avenue 

Thome, Jos 2501 Canal street 

Thomsen, And 246 N. May street 

Thoresen, Ole 159 Milwaukee avenue 

Thornton, Walter F 278 W. Lake street 

Thorud, Hans 242 S. Water street 

Thorsel, 1791 N. Western avenue 

Tibesart, W^m 8934 The Strand 

Tiedemann, Chas 13 Lessing street 

Tiemann, Chas 772 W. 14th pla.ce 

Tierney, Jas 1700 W. Lake street 

Tierney, Jno. and Peter 1438 W. Harrison street 

Tietjus, Hy. . . 497 Cleveland avenue 

Tillotson, A. C 1157 73d street 

Timmerman, A 4310 Milwaukee avenue 

Timmerman, Frank 10142 Vincennes avenue 

Timmerman, Fred 1857 W. 51st street 

Timreck, Henry 737 Blue Island avenue 

Timreck, Theo 907 W. 13th street 

Timreck, Wm 563 S. Wood street 

Tintera,, Jos 583 W. 25th street 

Titus, John 142 Lewis street 

Tobin, Dan 334 W. 15th street 



1906 



License No. 


Ward. 


1667 


22 


5718 


4 


4166 


4 


2674 


21 


1395 


7 


615 


18 


6251 


12 


5076 


17 


A-208 


12 


5488 


25 


838 


2 


4931 


30 


1926 


24 


A-697 


8 


3241 


1 


6101 


26 


A-266 


5 


A-900 


28 


3877 


3 


5347 


1 


2024 


5 


6189 


14 


6141 


18 


937 


35 


841 


18 


1174 


1 


4438 


1 


6092 


11 


728 


4 


4237 


17 


1458 


17 


A-702 


18 


2889 


1 


1570 


27 


1627 


8 


2175 


17 


4537 


U 


A-937 


13 


5973 


13 


284 


23 


A-90 


33 


1297 


■27 


4715 


32 


A-97 


29 


A-610 


11 


3686 


11 


6001 


11 


5373 


12 


A-44 


24 


. 5887 


10 



October 22, 



1689 



Name. Address. 

Tobin, Jas 775 W. Polk street 

Tobin, Mike 1857 Fillmore street 

Tobin, Thos 4133 Wentworth avenue 

Tobin, Thos 4123 Wentworth avenue 

Tobin, Wm 748 Ogden avenue 

Tobinski, W .437 W. Superior street 

Toborowski, W. and Yelenski, B -.515 W. 22d street 

Todd, C. H. and Lamborda, F 9550 Avenue N 

Todd, C. H. and Jones, P. J 1000 75th street 

Toggenburger, Wm 105 Wells street 

Tognotti, A 1526 Wabash avenue 

Tognotti, Jos 2700 La Salle street 

Tognotti, Sam 687 W. Madison street 

Tolder, M. N 3201 S. State street 

Tollakson, Harry 383 W. Kinzie street 

Tollick, Joseph 4600 5ith avenue 

Tolman, Frank 6536 Cottage Grove avenue 

Toman, Anton 149 DeKoven street 

Tomaschek, Alex 1441 W. North avenue 

Tomasik, Al 519 Noble street 

Tomaszewski, A. F 2500 Main street 

Tomaszewski, Jos 63 Wright street 

Tomaszewski, K. . . 785 S. Paulina street 

Tomczak, Andrew 8401 Superior avenue 

Tomczak, John 8756 Marquette avenue 

Tomecal, John 10812 Torrence avenue 

Tomei, Felix 656 W. Van Buren street 

Tomkiewicz, W 4437 Wood street 

Tomsik, Louis 845 S. Ashland avenue 

Tomisovic, Jos 4958 Wood street 

Tonnacci, P 1213 W. Van Buren street 

Tonnemann, R 701 S. Ashland avenue 

Toole, M. C 2031 Halsted street 

Toomey, D. J 248 37th street 

Toomey, Jas 207 W. Madison street 

Topinka, Anna. 2901 Quinn street 

Toppel, Sam . 296 W. Division street 

Topping, H. S ; 1648 W. 12th street 

Torpey, John 1344 W. Polk street 

Tortenson, Olaf 2334 113th street 

Tosetti Cafe— E. Tosetti Brewing Co., Inc. .212 E. 39th street 

Tosi, C. and Arrigoni, F 1196 Oakley avenue 

Townsend, Jas. R 4293 Milwaukee avenue 

Townsend, W. S 8 E. 26th street 

Town Stores Co., Inc., J. A. Flanagaai, Pres 

173 W. Erie street 

Town Stores Co., Inc., J. A. Flanagain, Pres 

258 Orleans street 

Town Stores Co., Inc., J. A. Flanagan, Pres 

381 W. Polk street 



License No. 
3083 
1963 
A-645 
3237 
2830 
3383 
5778 
5345 
4157 

755 
5886 
1660 
4641 
1675 
A-538 
A-47 
5698 
6051 
2051 
4603 
4879 
4184 

457 
1117 
3608 
6241 

967 
3490 
3539 
4870 
1955 

171 
2672 
4897 
2084 

716 
1562 
42 
5599 
3060 
6077 

764 
2207 
5716 

6374 

6376 

6375 



October 22, 



1690 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Town Stores Co., Inc., J. A. Flanagan, Pres 

353 Maxwell street 

Town Stores Co., Inc., J. A. Flanagan, Pres 

74 N. Elizabeth street 

Town Stores Co., Inc., J. A. Flanagan, Pres 

575 Washburn avemie 

Town Stores Co., Inc., J. A. Flanagan, Pres 

126 E. 35th street 

Town Stores Co., Inc., J. A. Flanagan, Pres 

630 Grand avenue 

Town Stores Co., Inc., J. A. Flanagan, Pres 

285 Noble street 

Tracey, Con 1094 W. 35th street 

Tracey, Jas. J 1625 Harrison street 

Tracey! Thos 988 35th street 

Trachsel Fred 11856 State street 

Tracey, J. and Geo 1824 Ogden avenue 

Tracy, Jas 3121 State street 

Tracy, Thos 84 E. Huron street 

Train, Fred E 2008 Wabash avenue 

Trainor, Jas 3401 Oakley avenue 

Trainer, John. . 8957 Superior avenue 

Trandel, Jno 33 Fox place 

Trapp, Frank 4858 Hermitage avenue 

Traus, Herm 441 S. California avenue 

Trausch, Jos 3371 Eidge avenue 

Trautman, Albert 443 Sedgwick street 

Travnicek, Jos 245 W. 20th street 

Trembacz, Frank 1086 W. 18th place 

Trebes, John 42 S. Clark street 

Tresselt, Rud 865 Armitage avenue 

Treudel, H 29 W. Ohio street 

Treusch, B. L 161 Adams street 

Trierweiler, A 59 S. Desplaines street 

Trilokos, E 135 N. Clark street 

Trinko, Ad 333 Hastings street 

Trinske, John J 311 W. Division street 

Trogisch, H 192 S. Clark street 

Trogisoh', Otto 325 S, State street 

Troike, Carl • -698 21st place 

Troike, Wm. and Torgersen, Chr 288 Centre avenue 

Ti-ojan, Geo 8336 Commercial avenue 

Trost, Fred 1625 W. 51st istreet 

Trucco, Jos'! 166 W. 13th place 

Truckenbrodt, Chas 490 State street 

Truckenbrodt, M 408 Dearborn street 

Trulsen, Chas. T 2800 Wallace street 

Trzil, Frank 1501 S. 42d avenue 

Tubielewicz, W 3302 Morgan street 

Tuch F. F 11516 Front street 



cense No. 


Ward. 


6378 


10 


6372 


18 


6373 


11 


5755 


3 


6162 


14 


5925 


17 


6185 


5 


5967 


13 


4768 


5 


1 


33 


5389 


34 


2696 


2 


1591 


22 


4326 


1 


A-437 


5 


A-294 


8 


A-228 


16 


3187 


29 


3196 


13 


890 


26 


A- 125 


21 


2271 


10 


3425 


12 


1069 


1 


474 


28 


5385 


17 


3760 


1 


1818 


18 


1760 


21 


5627 


11 


3018 


15 


16 


1 


310 


1 


2433 


11 


5121 


17 


A-507 


8 


4488 


29 


2477 


11 


5147 


1 


2364 


1 


531 


4 


652 


34 


3031 


5 


5099 


33 



October 22, 



1691 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Tucker, A 338 W. 12th street 

Tuka, J 748 Allport street 

Tully, B. J 454 93d street 

Tummermuth, Jno. F 551 136th street 

Tumpowski, V 359 W. Erie street 

Tumpowsky, J 357 Grrand avenue 

Tnmpowisky, Jos 592 Haddon avenue 

Tunno, L. and J 178 W. Polk street 

Turberg, Harry 95 Wells street 

Turberg, H. and Silver, Nat 181 N. Clark street 

Turek, Anton 1256 40th avenue 

Turek, Joseph. 550 W. 19th street 

Turngren, John 53 E Chicago avenue 

Turn Verein Eiche, M. O. Bergner, Mgr., 2505 Kensington ave. 

Turton, Jude and McConnell, Ed 1983 W. Madison street 

Tvaroch, J 487 W. 20th street 

Tyk, Thos. A , 611 Throop street 

Tykal, Vaclav 533 W. 20th street 

Tynan, T 287 W. North avenue 

Tyson, Jno. H 274 State street 

Uebele, G. D 9201 Commercial avenue 

Uhlhorn, A , 233 S. Water street 

Uhlhorn, Wm 1257 63d street 

Uhlir, John 4936 Loomis street 

Uhlrich, Jacob 115 McHenry street 

Ulbricht, A 182 S. Clinton street 

Ullman, L 951 Madison street 

Ulmer, Mrs. L 2617 Cottage Grove avenue 

Ungeheuer, Fred 39 Evanston avenue 

Unger, Geo 4221 Halsted street 

Unger, Herm'an 3559 N. Clark street 

Unger, M 2636 Archer avenue 

Union Club, J. B. Kitchen, Pres 12 Washington place 

Union League Club of Chicago, E. E. Noyes, Mgr 

110 Jackson boulevard 

Union Stock Yards & Transit Co., J. A. Spoor, Ptes 

Transit House 

Union Stock Yards & Transit Co., J. A. Spoor, Pres 

Depot Exchange and Stock Yards 

Union Stock Yards & Transit Co., J. A. Spoor, Pres 

Dexter Park Building 

Union Stock Yards & Transit Co., J. A. Spoor, Pres.... 

Exchange Building 

Union Stock Yards & Transit Co., J. A. Spoor, Pres.... 

9 Exchange avenue 

Union Wine & Liquor Co., Natenberg & Hertzberg, Props. . 

770 Milwaukee avenue 

University Club of Chicago. .116 Dearborn street (2d Floor) 

Unverzagt, Chas 39 La Salle street 

UphoflF, F. A 759 W. 22d street 



License No. 


Ward. 


3164 


9 


1001 


10 


A-460 


8 


1387 


8 


5665 


17 


4849 


17 


A-365 


15 


6056 


19 


102 


22 


1104 


21 


A-599 


34 


A- 119 


11 


2576 


22 


5474 


33 


A-537 


34 


654 


10 


A-409 


10 


5280 


10 


4265 


16 


3559 


1 


1424 


8 


2382 


1 


4733 


32 


2265 


29 


4205 


IG 


2461 


IS 


3398 


20 


2579 


2 


4232 


25 


3423 


30 


1347 


26 


1344 


4 


6011 


21 


428 


1 


1889 


29 


1890 


29 


1891 


29 


1892 


29 


1893 


29 


4857 


17 


F-6 


1 


6327 


1 


2805 


11 



October 22, 



1692 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Upton, Edw 664 W. 12th street 

Upton, Wm 741 Blue Island avenue 

Urban, Adam 2394 115th street 

Urbanski, Alb 494 Noble street 

Urbik, F 541 Canal street 

Uridel, Alois 461 W. 19th street 

Ursini, R. L 208 Wells street 

Usdrowske, Frank 1052 Wrightwood avenue 

Uttenreuther, A 567 S. Morgan street 

Uttenweiler, Math 858 Melrose street 

Vacca, F 195 Forquer street 

Vadlenka, Tony 4304 Ashland avenue 

Valanta, Chas. H 3510 Cottage Grove avenue 

Valenti, D 235 E. 21st street 

Valentini, Chas 1233 W. Harrison street 

Vales, John 840 Allport street 

Valha, Ferd 641 W. 18th street 

Valha, Joseph 123 W. 19th street 

Valintis, Tony 637 Union street 

Vallino, Chas 991 W. Madison street 

Valvoda, Mat. 662 W. 19th street 

Vanasek, B. V 5402 Loomis street 

Vancura,, Jos 2900 Union avenue 

Van der Hoven, R 929 So'uthport avenue 

Van Dusen, Hy. S 3458 Western avenue 

Van Eesbeck, H. F 6 Dearborn street 

Van Eichler, A . .2157 Milwaukee avenue 

Van Eyeke, P 340 Blue Island avenue 

Van Hauxleden, Nie 11044 Michigan avenue 

Van Hesson, M 9166 Harbor lavenue 

Vann, M 479 S. Fairfield avenue 

Vanned, A 2901 Armour avenue 

Van Sandt, A. B 722 W. Lake street 

Van Wagner, W. C 1642 W. Lake street 

Varley, John 8857 Mackinaw avenue 

Vaskovsky, John 1900 W. 46th street 

Va-ughan, A. E 5472 Lake avenue 

Vehon, Harry 613 Carroll avenue 

Vehon, 1 118 W. Division street 

Veley, W. L. and Boyd, G. H 165 Clark street 

Veneziana, V 180 Customs House place 

Venturi, Jos 1721 State street 

Verdon, C. D 13 E. 26th street 

Verdon, Chr. D 2400 State street 

Verhoven, A. H 2356 State street 

Versi, S 378 S. Clark street 

Veselak, Mike 5000 Lincoln street 

Vesely, Frank . f . , 5200 S. Lincoln street 

Vesely, Geo 1 13 W. 16th street 

Viccich, A, and Polich, Tom. ........ .2149 Archer avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


4678 


11 


4662 


U 


202 


33 


3803 


17 


813 


9 


1958 


9 


4307 


21 


468 


24 


1593 


10 


A-878 


26 


3662 


19 


5913 


29 


4222 


3 


3563 


1 


5752 


13 


3154 


10 


6250 


11 


351 




5045 


9 


5813 


20 


4005 


11 


5240 


29 


777 


4 


1334 


26 


3067 


5 


391 


1 


3783 


28 


172 


10 


3581 


33 


6035 


S 


380 


13 


1382 


2 


737 


14 


1279 


13 


6036 


8 


714 


29 


1756 


7 


3591 


14 


4557 


16 


5371 


1 


A-269 


1 


4018 


1 


A-792 


2 


6309 


2 


5676 


2 


258 


1 


6193 


29 


1710 


29 


3909 


9 


183 


1 



October 22, 



1693 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Viceeh, A. and Randioli, Jno 6013 S. Ashland Oivenue 

Vician, St .43 Will street 

Victoria Hotel Co., Chas. Milligan, Pres. .194 Michigan ave. 

Vielhauer, P 3621 Cottage Grove avenue 

Viets, Earl 904 W. 12th street 

Viets, Earl 1749 W. Harrison street 

Vilaxidita, N. and Guatana, G....118 Custom House place 

Villani, Pasquale 351 Jefferson street 

Virginia Hotel, G. W. Reynolds, Mgr., Rush and Ohio street 

Visek, Anton 608 Throop street 

Viterna, J. 573 Hastings street 

Vlach, John F 2000 Wabash avenue 

Vlachor, And and Deligiannis, A 323 S. Halsted street 

Vlasak, Martin 4800 Winchester avenue 

Vlasek, John 8401 Ontario avenue 

Vodak, J. J 683 Loomis street 

Vodicka, A 4959 Paulina street 

Vodicka, Jos 1234 W. 19th street 

Vodnasky, A 610 W. 17th street 

Vogel, Chas 591 Halsted street 

Vogel, Fritz 1820 N. Ashland avenue 

Vogel, John A 141 W. Harrison street 

Vogelsang, John Z 176 Madison street 

Vogelsanger, Jac 2745 Cottage Grove avenue 

Voght, John E N. W. Cor. 23d and Trumbull avenue 

Vogt, Aug 1480 Milwaukeeavenue 

Vogt, Wm 11594 State street 

Voigt, C 4258 S. Western avenue 

Vojta, John 1122 Albany avenue 

Vokoun, Frank 1444 S. 40th court 

Volanti, D • • -273 Forquer street 

Volbert, Wm 8740 Mackinaw avenue 

Volkert, Aug 126 Milwaukee avenue 

Volkmann, John 158 E. Roscoe street 

Volmer, S. T 487 N. Park avenue 

Vouch, Jas 4225 S. Ashland avenue 

Von Der Haar, Nic 379 W. Division street 

Vondrasek, Al. 2001 W. 47th street 

Von Glahn, Herm 1119 Belmont avenue 

Vopicka^ Frank ^80 Blue Island avenue 

Vorgois, N 4940 Wentworth avenue 

Vorreiter, Ernst 572 Larrabee street 

Voss, Aug 1564 Ogden avenue 

Voss', John W 1026 W. 22d street 

Votava, John 2683 N. 40th avenue 

Vrabec, Stefan 284 N. Centre 'avenue 

Vrabek, S. and Nosko, J 1332 48th street 

Vrba, Jos 524 W. 18th street 

Vrchota, Jos 4958 Hermitage avenue 

Vrchota, Paul 597 32d street 



License No. 


Ward. 


A-435 


31 


4929 


17 


1885 


1 


2063 


3 


6296 


11 


5516 


13 


A-710 


1 


A-906 


19 


5624 


21 


4297 


10 


166 


12 


4405 


1 


A-771 


19 


718 


29 


2395 


8 


5774 


10 


A-533 


29 


83 


12 


6057 


10 


5851 


9 


72 


26 


5430 


19 


3756 


1 


1600 


2 


372 


12 


671 


28 


3064 


33 


4669 


29 


4889 


11 


4752 


34 


3141 


19 


5476 


8 


5256 


17 


4114 


26 


3461 


21 


2821 


29 


3612 


15 


3273 


29 


4682 


24 


5464 


11 


2065 


80 


A-887 


23 


5507 


34 


3970 


12 


4953 


27 


3927 


17 


3864 


29 


5779 


10 


5164 


29 


2408 


3 



(Vtobor 22, 1694 1906 

Name. Address. License No. Ward. 

Viikadunavic, Dan 10738 Torrence avenue 5762 8 

Vukalcic, Steve 823 Blue Island avenue 3234 11 

Vyzral, Frank 3000 Union street 5283 4 

Vyzral, Frank 11 W. Chicago avenue 405 17 

Wach, Ohas 4749 Honore street 5518 29 

Wftch, Martin 5201 S. Winchester avenue A-631 29 

Wacholtz, John 20 Luce street 643 16 

Waehowski, M 906 N. Wood street 3728 16 

Wachowski, M 147 Wabansia avenue 2328 16 

Waehowski, Val 717 Dickson street 4194 16 

Wachs, Robt 18 E. Chicago avenue A-750 22 

Wachsman, R 2459 Wentworth avenue 1870 4 

Wade, Ben ...944 W. 63d street 3757 31 

Wadman, P 137 Canalport avenue 1004 9 

Wagener, R 3609 Halsted street 1522 5 

Wagner, Albert 3949 N. Clark street 930 26 

Wagner, Emile 2359 115th street 3059 33 | 

Wagner, Frank 947 Ashland avenue 4888 11 | 

Wagner, G. F 3122 State street 1619 2 I 

Wagner, Jac 208 91st street 3209 8 j! 

Wagner, John 1180 W. Lake street 4908 14 

Wagner, John F 394 E. North avenue 5491 21 

Wagner, Nic 4065 Archer avenue 2820 29 

Wagner, R 10 Quincy street 4159 1 

Wagner & Son, Theo 319 Cleveland avenue 4244 23 

Wagner, Val and Hauschild, J. H 104 S. Clark street 1874 1 

Wagner, Wm 6003 State street 2603 7 

Wagner, Wm 315 W. Diversey avenue 2954 27 

Wahl, Ed 132 Wabash avenue 1153 1 

Wahl, Ed 103 E. Madison street A-215 1 

Wahl, Henry F 4201 Archer avenue 5710 29 

Wahlstrom, A 130 Sedgwick street 1313 22 

Wahout, J 382 Belden avenue 1240 23 

Waicunas, K 1109 S. Leavitt street 3632 12 

Wajda, Martin 109 W. 19th street A-395 12 

Walcyzk, Chas : 301 Wabansia avenue 5358 16 

Wald, S. M . .48 5th avenue 2276 1 

Waldron, J. J 1012 E. 75th street 354 33 

Waligonski, Jos 192 W. North avenue 943 16 

Walinski, W 320 N. May street 6308 17 

Wall, Dan 130 Dearborn street 3868 1 

Wall, Maurice F 6258 Sangamon street A-902 31 

Wallace, Jas 537 W. Lake street 6167 18 

Wallace, James 3801 Union avenue 3613 5 

Wallace, Jas 470 W. Randolph street 5553 18 

Wallenberg, Ellis 150 E. 17th street 4124 1 

Wallner, Jos 4801 Justine street 6304 29 

Wallschlag, Henry 1806 63d street A-690 31 

Walsh, D. J 73 E. Jaickson boulevard 2297 1 

Walsh, E. R 138 Van Buren street A-928 1 



October 22, 



1695 1906 



Name. Address. 

Walsh, Edw ,. ...259 Wells street 

Walsh, James 6314 Cofbtage Grove avenue 

Walsh, James • .257 Orleans street 

Walsh, Jas 1251 S. Western avenue 

Walsh Jas 253 Blue Island avenue 

Walsh,' Jas r • • 5601 Carpenter street 

Walsh, Jas. A 1959 W. Harrison street 

Walsh, Jno. E. and Sweeney, Jno 1904 N. Clark street 

Walsh, M 1446 35th street 

Walsh, M. J. and Stanley, M 128 Clark street 

Walsh, Michael D 5105 Wentworth avenue 

Walsh, Michael 8800 Mackinaw avenue 

Walsh P 691 Larrabee street 

Walsh, P. B 4953 Halsted street 

Walsh, E, 6558 Cottage Grove avenue 

Walsh E. F 2113 W. Madison street 

Walsh, Eich 1239 Blue Island avenue 

Walsh, T. F. and Lamotte, L. H 304 Center street 

Walsh Thos 8901 Commercial avenue 

Walshi Thos ." . -4936 Centre avenue 

Walsh, Wm 8548 Green Bay avenue 

Waltemade, Ed 1719 W. North avenue 

Walter, B 56 N. Peoria street 

Walter^ Anton 60 W. Jackson boulevard 

Walton, W. V ., 314 92d street 

Walwer C. F 5267 Armour avenue 

Walwer,' C. F 1135 63d street 

^alz, E . 63 W. Lake street 

Walz, Geo. F 400 Wabash avenue 

• Walz', Louis 5906 State street 

Wanat, John J 1081 W. 18th place 

Wandry, O. C 2801 S. 42d avenue 

Wappel, Geo 5359 Honore street 

Ward, Hugh 81 W. Madison street 

Ward' Hugh 54 W. Madison street 

Ward, E. M 1221 Wabash -a,venue 

Ward' F.'and LaEose, L. .445 N. Clark street 

Ward P. J 112 -Dearborn avenue 

Ward'enski, Thos ....557 Milwaukee avenue 

Ware, A 238 W. Lake street 

Ware' E. A 504 State street 

Warford,' Eobt 3268 Irving avenue 

Warnecke, Herm 157 W. Eandolph street 

Warneke, Fred 99 W. 19th street 

Warneke, Louis 311 Larrabee street 

Warren, B. P 383 W. Van Buren street 

Warren, J. P • HO Desplaines street 

Warszinski, A 210 Hervey street 

Wasack, Geo 10801 Hoxie avenue 

Washer, John 3000 Armour avenue 



License No. 


Ward. 


4093 


22. 


4261 


7 


4955 


22 


5987 


12 


5988 


30 


4273 


31 


4579 


13 


A-732 


25 


' 2227 


5 


3902 


1 


A-152 


30 


1615 


8 


4690 


23 


5425 


30 


5105 


7 


5862 


34 


4416 


12 


2563 


23 


4951 


8 


5587 


29 


1472 


8 


26 


27 


1768 


18 


4082 


18 


280 


8 


1676 


30 


A-271 


32 


3890 


18 


2601 


1 


2476 


31 


A-775 


32 


1452 


34 


A-849 


29 


1668 


18 


3623 


18 


3838 


1 


3705 


21 


3882 


21 


2107 


17 


3535 


18 


3045 


1 


4129 


5 


4221 


18 


3162 


9 


2998 


22 


1680 


20 


2358 


18 


4360 


16 


6194 


8 


3981 


2 



(V'tobor 2i 



1696 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Waterfall, S 201 Slst street 

Waterloo, Daley 1158 W. Chicago avenue 

Waterloo, P. J 240 W. North avenue 

Waters, D. J 296 Dearborn street 

Waters, F 174 Jefferson street 

W^aterstradt, Chr 427 N. Wood street 

Watson, M 172 S. Western avenue 

Watt, P 3952 Wentworth avenue 

Waymann, M 13 Blue Island avenue 

Weadley, Cha,s. E 431 N. Clark street 

Weber, Aug ^57 Sedgwick street 

Weber, Chas 183 Ontario street 

Weber, Elizabeth 863 S. Western avenue 

Weber, Herman 115 E. Randolph street 

W^eber, J 935 W. Madison street 

Weber, John 4601 State street 

Weber, John 1259 N. Marshfield avenue 

Weber, Jos. A 629 Southport avenue 

Weber, P. M 1437 MiUvaukee avenue 

Weber, Phil 716 N. Halsted street 

Wedemeier, Hy 133 Canalport avenue 

Weede, Chas 4330 State street 

Weeger, Frank 3954 N. Clark street 

Weeks, G 264 E. •39th street 

Wee Wing Lo ". . 174 Clark street 

Wegner, Ad 1395 N. Halsted street 

Wegrzyn, M 1000 W. 18th street 

Weiblinger, M 2184 N. Ashland avenue 

Weidil, A 461 W. 19th street 

Weigand, Aug 200 W. Division street 

Weiler, Mrs. M 3701 Morgan street 

Weinberg, Etta 507 N. Wells street 

Weinbaum, M 468 Sedgwick street 

Weiner, Chas 1034 W. 119th street 

Weinrich, Aug 145 S. Sangamon street 

Weinstein, L. and Frank, S 303 W. Adams street 

Weinstein, S., Sr. and Jr 497 Jefferson street 

Weinwurm, Alf 805 Clybourn avenue 

Weipert, Jos 1076 Western avenue 

Weis, Anna 215 Clybourn avenue 

Weis, B. and Eednitzer, S 389 Blue Island avenue 

Weis, John 900 N. Clark street 

Weis, Nick 230 S. Water street 

Weis, S 1009 W. Harrison street 

Weisenmayer, Jacob 272 E.. North avenue 

Weiskopf , J. M 747 Sheffield avenue 

Weiss, A 96 Clybourn avenue 

Weiss, E 455 N. Ashland avenue 

Weiss, Henry 977 W. Van Buren street 

Weiss, Jake. . 2032 Armour avenue 



jicense No. 


"Ward. 


4279 


2 


2549 


15 


4219 


16 


4880 


1 


A-276 


18 


3225 


15 


2085 


•20 


5480 


30 


1105 


19 


6034 


21 


3367 


21 


5696 


21 


6397 


13 


1469 


1 


3338 


20 


3452 


6 


2747 


24 


6275 


24 


A-401 


28 


5565 


23 


3742 


9 


1607 


30 


931 


25 


1906 


3 


2080 


1 


752 


25 


5782 


12 


1301 


26 


3368 


10 


4534 


16 


4535 


5 


5924 


21 


4464 


23 


5056 


33 


3104 


18 


A-316 


18 


4120 


9 


515 


34 


5540 


13 


4406 


22 


A-491 


10 


562 


23 


1230 


1 


3288 


20 


423 


22 


68 


25 


650 


22 


3825 


15 


A-635 


J3 


5013 


1 



October 22, 1^^^ 

^^^^ Address. License No. ^ 

Weiss, L..: 234 E. 22d street 

Weiss L E 3464 Auburn avenue 

Weiss' N 2608 State street 4616 



Wendt, Cha:s • 609 Lincoln avenue 

Wendt, Adolph W 86 Michigan avenue 

Wendt, Frank 3767 S. Morgan street 

-pg^^l 793 Lincoln avenue 



Werner, E. M ••••933 Clybourn avenue 



3015 
5069 



1236 
1329 
3638 



Weiss Theo 1045 Milwaukee avenue 

Weissenrieder, Jos 1034 Perry street 

Weisman, K. and Taper, Ike 236 Maxwell street 

Weitz, Wm. M.... 11400 Schlitz avenue A-641 

Weller, Wm. F 180 E. 31st street 229 

Wellmann, M 3400^ Western avenue 

Wells, E. E 13459 Erie avenue 

Wells' E C 501 W. Madison street 

Wells, Thos." R.' .'".*.' ." 165 Wabash avenue 

Wellstein, John and Flasch, H 310 E. North avenue 

Welzien, John 765 S. May street 

Wendel, Aug 1504 Milwaukee avenue 

Wendel, Peter 2220 State street 

Wenig, J. C 577 W. ^ ' 



3993 
A-693 
1283 
4920 
3082 
5818 
5421 
5010 
31st street 4712 



909 

1421 

950 

1356 

Wendt, Paul ' ^^ ^"^""^ — __.^ 

Wendt, Pud 570 W. Diversey avenue 3317 

Wenstrom, Peter 916 59th street A-922 

„, 1 p„, A . .; 912 51st street F-4 

Wenzel, uus. A • ^ , , -, . a. kgri 

„j 1 T M 4163 Halsted street 5861 

Wenzel, L. M ^ ^^^ 

Wercker. Henry 34 Welb s reet 2700 

Weren, Wm. P '^ fr ^'^t 4560 

Werkmeister, H 189 Wabash avenue 4560 

Werlieh, Max • 798 Southport avenue 3191 

Wernblad, P. A. aad Holgersohn, J. . . . 1801 N. Clark street 554 

Werner, A. and Schanzenbaeh, P 1438 N. Clark street 1983 



2568 
2445 



Werner, R 1279 N. Ashland avenue 

^ „. 3623 Archer avenue 6^9^ 

:::::ke"paui:::::::::::::::.'..:.3-i k dark street 4204 

„, n>,a. 5266 Armour avenue 4980 

Werr, Chas. '^ _^ , ^ , „^^, 

„, XT ..4383 N. Clark street 267 

Wesemann, H ^'^ -q^^ 

„, 1 ^T n .213 Ogden avenue 5908 

Z^''"]' ": • c ;.•;.•.■ 103 W^ 26th .treet A.539 

Wessel Chas. C • ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^ggg 

Z : ni, :::;:.. 365 State street 3996 

Z :^Z : 398 state street A-257 

West, Chas . np-io 

Wester, Chas. C 2069 Lincoln avenue 2512 

Westergren, Anton 8536 Green Bay avenue 4402 

Westerhausen, Otto 1220 S. Western avenue 4875 

Western Liquor Dealers Supply Co., Inc., Sig. Natenberg, Pres. 

279 W. Chicago avenue ^To 

„, , T A ..229 Grand avenue 2303 

Westman, J. A nnn 

^xj 4.r.f.^.^ TTv 501 Roscoe boulevard ^J^ 

Wes pfahl, Hy ^^^ ^^^^^^ 1821 

Westwal, W 



dotober 22, 



1G98 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Wetterhahn, Jacob 1079 Oakley avenue 

Wetterluilin,, Sam 32 Center street 

Wetzel, Geo 5658 Ashland avenue 

Wetzke, C 8518 Green Bay avenue 

Wexberg, Wm. V 1069 Milwaukee avenue 

Wexler, Sam 208 W. Monroe street 

Weyma, T 712 Milwaukee avenue 

Weyers, F. A 1106 California avenue 

Weyrich, M 496 28th street 

Whaleu, M 4000 State street 

Wheeler, C. H. and Joehim, A. H 626 W. Lake street 

White, B. F Clark and Adams street 

White Eagle Buffet, Inc., J. Kuczkiemcz, Mgr 

11758 Michigan avenue 

White, E. H 1334 W. Lake streeet 

White, Hugh 36 Miller street 

White, John 2604 111th street 

White, John C 1949 W. 12th street 

White, J. E 156 N. Western avenue 

White, Jos 89 N. Western avenue 

White, Jos. J 177 N. Western avenue 

White, Thos 980 E. 63d street 

Whitton, R 394 State street 

Wiborz, And 341 Milwaukee avenue 

Wichlaczynski, J 1007 W. 18th street 

Wickman, John 847 Blue Island avenue 

Wieboldt & Co., W. A., Inc., 931 Milwaukee avenue 

Wich, John 232 Cornell street 

Wiechert, Emil 122 Wells street 

Wiechman, John and Gellert, H 259 Dearborn street 

Wiederrecht, Al 400 N. Ashland avenue 

Wiegel, F 1600 W. 63d street 

Wienholz, Chas 318 Blue Island avenue 

Wienold, E. and Eisner, Hy 250 North avenue 

Wier, Chas 285 W. Division street 

Wierisch, S 2700 Archer avenue 

Wiest, Frank '. 6547 State street 

Wieting, D 6200 Carpenter street 

Wiggins, Chas 1446 Ogden avenue 

Wight, Fred 16 N. Green street 

Wilbraham, J 2073 Evanston avenue 

Wilcox, Mrs. E 998 W. Madison street 

Wiles, H. D 71 Canal street 

Wilbelm, C. F 417 W. Fullerton avenue 

Wilhelm, D 958 Diversey boulevard 

Wilhelmi, B 436 S. Kedzie avenue 

Wilhelmsen, E 798 W. North avenue 

Wilken, Theo, and Aug 49 La Salle street 

Wilken, Wm. L 3149 S. Morgan street 

Wilkins, Wm 332 N. State street 



License No. Ward. 



6158 


38 


1977 


24 


5694 


31 


1508 


8 


360 


16 


4408 


18 


4173 


17 


4028 


28 


6080 


4 


3150 


30 


678 


14 


3118 


1 


4711 


?3 


5134 


14 


884 


19 


2588 


33 


4639 


13 


4172 


U 


6329 


x4 


3224 


14 


4282 


7 


1696 


1 


4087 


17 


4249 


12 


5697 


11 


2380 


16 


2387 


17 


3727 


21 


1298 


1 


1822 


17 


4993 


31 


3593 


10 


1061 


22 


3445 


35 


3375 


4 


1483 


7 


3591 


31 


4647 


12 


3872 


38 


3400 


25 


4748 


20 


3483 


18 


2205 


28 


38 


34 


2554 


13 


5434 


15 


1158 


1 


A-905 


4 


5129 


21 



October 22, 



1699 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Will, Wm 391 N". Marshfield avenue 

Willenbrock, A 1313 Milwaukee avenue 

Williams, A • 51 E. Randoljyli street 

Williams, C. A 4845 Ashland avenue. 

Williams, Clias. M. 110' Vedder street 

Williams, Geo 291 E. 35tli street 

Williams, J. B 2252 State street 

Williams, L. A. and Newman, T. C. . 115 Lake street 

Williams, Tony 246 Carroll avenue 

Willistein, David 1614 N. Leavitt street 

Wilson, Chas 8957 Normal avenue 

Wilson, E 9156 Harbor avenue 

Wilson, Thos 6500 State street 

Wilson Wm 277 E. Division street 

Wilson, W. H 222 W. Lake street 

Wilt, Jos 3225 Wall street 

Wiltgen, E 4074 N. Clark street 

Windbiel, Peter 459 Canal street 

Windemere Hotel, W. Moore 56th and Cornell avenue 

Windheim, Chas. H 110 Canalport avenue 

Windle, Thos 1326 W. Taylor street 

Windle, M .2110 W. Lake street 

Windmiller, Leo . . 1394 Carroll avenue 

Windsor Clifton Hotel, Wm. Thompson. .Monroe and Wabash 

Wineman, Sim, Co., Inc 98 E. Randolph street 

Winer John 137 W. Blackhawk street 

^ijjg^ j^ 663 Armitage avenue 

Wingfield, C. F 6319 Halsted street 

Winkelried, Frank 562 N. Halsted street 

Winkler, E 360 W. Lake street 

Winkler, Paul 559 27th street 

Winnegge, Anna 357 W. 48th place 

Winter, Chas 125 Jo(hnston avenue 

Winter, Henry • • • • • .3152 Wallace avenue 

Winsberg, M 966 W. Van Buren street 

Wirsching, Herman 1292 W. 12th street 

Wirsz, John 842 Clybourn avenue 

Wirth, C '^'^ C!lark street 

Wirth,' J ••339 5th avenue 

Wirth, S.- 107 Wells street 

Wirtz,' Geo 569 Morgan street 

Wirtz, Jae 5300 Princeton avenue 

WishJu, John." 1474 Clybourn avenue 

Wisniewski, B 574 Milwaukee avenue 

Wisniewski, P. J 31 Tell place 

Wisniewski, Robt 166 93d street 

Wissems, A • HOS 35th street 

Wissert, Ernst 183 W. Van Buren street 

Wisztart, M. 8734 Commercial avenue 

Withall, Harry 3523 51st street 



License No. 


Ward. 


2290 


15 


6202 


28 


485 


1 


4770 


29 


331 


22 ' 


5092 


3 


2039 


2 


1904 


1 


561 


18 


A-877 


24 


A-842 


32 


5253 


8 


5308 


32 


4467 


22 


6215 


18 


795 


5 


A-99 


35 


5407 


19 


1883 


7 


3703 


9 


1032 


13 


4264 


U 


3361 


14 


1579 


1 


3651 


1 


A-454 


16 


4344 


28 


A-340 


32 


5367 


22 


184 


18 


1343 


4 


A-133 


30 


4162 


28 


A-494 


4 


5505 


20 


2558 


12 


3923 


24 


4195 


1 


839 


1 


406 


22 


5930 


10 


2785 


30 


6098 


24 


6160 


17 


5402 


17 


5104 


8 


4767 


5 


4725 


18 


4033 


8 


2044 


29 



October 22, 1700 1906 

Name. Address. License No. Ward. 

Witous, John 607 Throop street 

Witous, Jos 867 W. 31st street 

Witowski, Frank 4833 Throop street 

Witowski, R 571 Noble street 

Witt, Johaniiai 824 Mozart street 

Witte, F 999 Blue Island a.venue 

Witte, Herman 80 Wells street 

Wittmer, Max 8440 Green Bay avenue 

Wittsang, H 156 W. Randolph street 

Witzke, R 705 Belmont ayenue 

Wleklinski, S 844 W. 18th street 

Woertz, Ad , 5492 Lake avenue 

Woerth, Alois 1186 Madison street 

Wohlers, John 1134 W. Chicago avenue 

Wohlfeil, R. E '. 519 W. 15th street 

Wojciechowski, J 1544 W. 39th street 

Wojciechow^'Ski, Mike 128 Wabansia avenue 

Wojciechowski, W. S 768 Austin avenue 

Wojcik Jos 1201 Blue Island avenue 

Wojtalewicz, S 562 Noble street 

Wajtus, Monika 699 N. Ashland avenue 

Wojtus, F 607 Noble street 

Wojtyla, M 921 43d avenue 

Wojtyla, M 30 Kosciusko street 

Wolbing, Chas 844 Cortland street 

Wolf, A 253 S. Clark street 

Wolf, Ad 411 W. Harrison street 

Wolf, C. and Ulrich, H 150 Dearborn street 

Wolf, Chas. and Walter, A 1490 Grand avenue 

Wolf, D 13 S. Halsted street 

Wolf, Fred 5 S. California avenue 

Wolf, John G 798 Clybourn avenue 

Wolf, John 5100 Western avenue 

Wolf, John . 1212 S. 40th avenue 

Wolf, Max 1076 Milwaukee avenue 

Wolf, Peter 355 33d street 

Wolf, Wm. G 839 W. 13th street 

Wolfe, J. J 486 W. Randolph street 

Wolf rum. Math 913 Clifton avenue 

Wolinski, Joe 43 Chapin street 

Wolowitch, Louis 1441 State street 

Wolter, John C 225 Robey street 

Wood, Mrs. D. and Stapleton, M. J. . . .1619 W. 12th street 

Wood, Geo. W 3851 Cottage Grove avenue' 

Woodfolk, R 4920 State street 

Woodrich, H 2756 S. 40th avenue 

Woods, Mrs. James 3327 Archer avenue 

Woods, John 751 W, 22d street 

Woods, Michael 6858 S. Ashland avenue 

Wooley, Ernst 495 S. Leavitt street 



3671 


10 


3873 


4 


3894 


29 


1079 


17 


1594 


28 


A-184 


U 


765 


21 


1085 


8 


4692 


18 


3444 


24 


852 


11 


1630 


7 


1669 


13 


2218 


15 


4862 


10 


341 


5 


A-823 


16 


3974 


14 


5994 


12 


2862 


17 


6108 


16 


2963 


16 


A-952 


27 


1102 


28 


3051 


27 


2976 


1 


79 


19 


901 


1 


2883 


15 


1679 


18 


1915 


14 


A-161 


24 


A-113 


29 


4008 


12 


2307 


16 


3420 


3 


4241 


ll 


583 


18 


409 


25 


2620 


17 


2040 


1 


2544 


14 


5943 


13 


876 


3 


3475 


30 


2003 


34 


1949 


5 


1716 


11 


4990 


31 


4633 


20 



October 22, 1701 ' 1906 

I^ajne. Address. License No. Ward. 

Wopata, Jos • 961 S. Western avenue 

Wosikowski, Alex 1818 Armitage avenue 

Woslick, Rud 171 S. Dearborn street 

Wosta, Frank 122 W. Lake street 

Wosta, Frank 14r2 W. Randolph street 

Woulfe, Jas. J 759 Root street 

Wozaldo, John 732 Carroll 'avenue 

Wrage, Wm 451 Milwaukee avenue 

Wright, H. J. 4354 Archer avenue 

Wright, H. S 3059 N. Clark street 

Wright, L 1836 Wabash avenue 

Wright, N. and Green, M 3844 Cottage Grove avenue 

Wright, V. E 9390 Ewing avenue 

Wright, Wm 1234 Jackson boulevard 

Wroblewski, Max 871 N. Robey street 

Wronski, J 4759 Ada street 

Wronski, Stanley 108 Bunker street 

Wrzescz, A 441 Noble street 

Wubbel, H. and Fraychinaud, Chas....469 N. Clark street 

Wuestenfeld, W 146 Webster avenue 

Wuethrich, John 576 Washburn avenue 

Wulff, A 1410 Ro'scoe street 

Wurster, Jos 128 Willow street 

Wurster, K. H 432 Roscoe street 

Wyeh, W 120 Front street 

Wyman, Jas. B.. 984 E. 63d street 

Wyschetzki, Paulina 3031 Keely street 

Yackshich, Save 1104 Clybourn avenue 

Yaifey, Tillie 2840 State street 

Yanka'nt, A .....947 33d street 

Yelich, M. S 5496 Lake avenue 

"Ye Open Inn," John Demerest, Prop .... 275 La Salle street 

Yost E. 311 Milwaukee avenue 

Young, Max 2958 Wallace street 

Young, Otto 11 Peck court 

Young, Thos • 5958 Carpenter street 

Young, Thos. 317 Illinois street 

Yuknis Jos 8814 Houston avenue 

Zabel, Aug 2066 Lincoln avenue 

Zabelka, Albert J 418 E. 25th street 

Zabransky, Anton 1079 Blue Island avenue 

Zaczek, Anton 144 E. Fullerton avenue 

Zaher, E 1238 Troy street 

Zahner, F. R 853 N. Clark street 

Zahour, J 1052 Montrose boulevard 

Zajicek, Jos 1539 W. 22d street 

Zajicek, Josef - 1618 W. 22d street 

Zaleska, W 3157 S. Halsted street 

Zangrando, C 2300 State street 

Zamorski, Leo 251 Wabansia avenue 



711 


12 


6262 


27 


1468 


1 


2938 


18 


4136 


18 


77 


30 


2808 


14 


167.2 


17 


4769 


29 


210 


26 


5663 


1 


5501 


3 


5103 


8 


3976 


13 


48 


28 


1145 


29 


5852 


19 


A-124 


17 


A-399 


21 


754 


24 


1845 


11 


4594 


25 


5935 


24 


6230 


27 


2389 


17 


2992 


7 


2059 


4 


6127 


24 


5568 


2 


1789 


5 


155 


7 


A-2 


1 


5578 


17 


534 


4 


F-7 


1 


3050 


31 


3360 


21 


A-719 


8 


1585 


26 


55 


4 


5273 


12 


5314 


24 


4702 


12 


1345 


23 


4947 


25 


4523 


12 


704 


12 


2242 


4 


973 


2 


516 


16 



October 22, 1702 

Name. Address 

Zopf, Peter 413 29th street 

Zatorski, C 4512 S. Wood street 

Zavis, Frank 784 W. 18th street 

Zawlewiez, Frank 3432 Morgan street 

Zdenek, Jas 56 25th street 

Zdrojewski, And 12 E. 89th street 

Zeitler, John 872 W. 22d street 

Zellman, Wm. and Verch, F 193 Wells street 

Zeman, Mrs. Anna 508 W. 18th place 

Zeman, Anton 796 W. 26th street 

Zeman, Vac 661 S. Centre avenue 

Zemansky, H 328 S. Clark street 

Zembal, And 42 Will street 

Zemeck, John 621 S. Canal street 

Zerbst, Rich 5058 Western avenue 

Ziech, Wm 2,56 N. 48th avenue 

Ziegelmeier, G. and Reker, L 5124 Halsted street 

Ziegenhagen, Aug 1137 W. 12th street 

Ziegenhagen, Chas 2470 Kensington avenue 

Ziegler, Henry ^38 Fulton street 

Ziegler, Jacob 624 N. Wood street 

Ziegler, Leo., Jr 1618 W. North avenue 

Zilene, Anna 629 Canal street 

Zilis Jos 1 ^^- ^4th street 

ZiUigen, Jos 3205 Archer avenue 

Zimay, M 327 N. Clark street 

Zimbroff, M 3515 W. 38th street 

Zimmerman, C 5002 S. Western avenue 

Zimmerman, F. H 81 Dearborn street 

Zimmerman, Jno 52 La Salle street 

Zimmerman, Jac 1430 Wabash avenue 

Zimmerman, Lena 198 mi^^i^ ^^^^^^ 

Zimmerman, Thos 3044 Wentworth avenue 

Zimmerman, Wallace 174 E. Van Buren street 

Zingo, R 71 Ewing street 

Ziolkowski, Frank 486 N. Lincoln street 

Ziolkowski, Frank 511 N. Hermitage avenue 

Ziolkowski, K. and Wisniewski, James.. 4435 Honore street 

Zipf, John M 3859 Cottage Grove avenue 

Zirn-ibl M 4656 Ashland avenue 

Zirzow, Ferd 3339 N. Western avenue 

Zitek,R 991 W. 19th street 

Zitek,Wm 450 Jefferson street 

Zlotowski, Tony 749 W. 20th street 

Zmuda, Jos 1060 W. 18th place 

Zobel, Telma 1787 W. Chicago avenue 

Zoeller, Mrs. Aug 369 S. Canal street 

Zogas, Chas 4600 Wentworth avenue 

Zonenblik, L 511 N. Ashland avenue 

Zotti P. B 3373 Kensington avenue 



1906 



License No. 


Ward. 


1401 


4 


4743 


29 


1107 


11 


A-288 


5 


1531 


11 


A-392 


8 


A-837 


11 


539 


22 


5275 


10 


5706 


34 


3955 


10 


2953 


1 


3300 


17 


3157 


9 


1420 


29 


2100 


35 


2130 


29 


398 


20 


3986 


33 


> 3230 


14 


5666 


16 


A-164 


35 


A-446 


9 


3965 


12 


5736 


4 


4385 


21 


1396 


5 


1914 


29 


3107 


1 


239 


1 


A-689 


1 


479 


21 


1525 


2 


4822 


1 


6003 


1'9 


A-721 


15 


4820 


15 


A-58 


29 


660 


3 


5168 


29 


2449 


27 


6229 


12 


5277 


19 


A-615 


11 


6249 


12 


1804 


35 


5163 


19 


5134 


30 


4588 


15 


4151 


33 



October 22, 



1703 



1906 



Name. Address. 

Zpevacek, John 811 S. Ashland avenue 

Zuber, M. H 282 Western avenue 

Zuelov^, L 2531 Archer avenue 

Zustovich, Frank 77 90th street 

Zvetina, John 288 W. 12th street 

Zvetko, L 4601 Marshfield avenue 

Zvonar, S 53 Elston avenue 

Zvonecek, Frank 739 W. 18th street 

Zwiefka, Al 554 Holt avenue 

Zych, Lucas 717 Holt avenue 

Zyk, Julius 32 Eimma street 

Zylvitis, John 881 W. 33d street 



License No. Ward. 



713 


11 


3507 


24 


3994 


4 


5335 


8 


5837 


9 


135 


29 


3666 


17 


5993 


11 


3941 


16 


i-213 


16 


1170 


17 


4637 


5 



The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a list of assessment rolls filed in 
the County Court, October 19, 1906, 
which was 

Placed on file. 

ALSO, 

A report and ordinance establishing the 
grade of sundry streets. 

By unanimous consent, the ordinance 
was put upon its passage and passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Bichert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fiek, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Biley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Beinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bibl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

Ways — Brennan — 1. 



All Matters Presented by the Aldermen, 
Also Special Assessment, Improvement 
and Repealing Ordinances Submitted 
by the Board of Local Improvements, 
Arranged as to Ward Numbers, Begin- 
ning with the First Ward. 

FIRST WARD. 

Aid Kenna presented the following or- 



der, which was, on motion, duly passed: 
Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby directed 
to issue a permit to Louis Powell, No. 
563 State street, to erect a barber pole 
at the edge of sidewalk in front of said 
premises, said barber pole to be con- 
structed and erected in accordance with 
all rules and regulations of the Depart- 
ment of Public Works and to the satis- 
faction of the C'O'inmissioner of Public 
Works. The permission hereby granted 
to be revocable by the Mayor at any time 
at his discretion. 



THIRD WARD. 

Aid Foreman presented an order for an 
ordinance amending the Revised Code of 
1905 exempting from the payment oi a 
license fee all hospitals doing charitable 
work^ which was 

Referred to the Committee on Health 
Department. 

Aid. Foreman presented the claim of 
Clara L. Chase, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Pringle presented an ordinance for 
taximeters on public passenger vehicles, 
which was 

Referred to the Committee on License, 

Aid. Pringle presented the following or- 
der, which was, on motion, duly passed : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is herebv di- 



October 22, 



1704 



1906 



rected to issue a permit to allow the Clii- 
eago Credit Clothing Co. to erect and 
maintain an illuminated sign in front of 
3845 State street, the same to be 3x7 
feet and one foot in height, the same to 
be erected in accordance with the rules 
and regulations of the Department of 
Public Works, and said permit to be 
revocable at the will of the Mayor. 

Aid. Pringle presented orders for pav- 
ing certain alleys in the Third Ward, 
which were 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 



FOURTH WARD. 

Aid. Dailey presented the claim of J. 
J. Keefer, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation^ estimate and 
ordinance for a cement sidewalk on the 
southwesterly side of Throop street, from 
325 feet northwesterly of Lyman street 
to 407.2 feet northwesterly of Lyman 
street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Dailey, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
CuUerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Isiays — Brennan — 1. 



FIFTH WARD. 

Aid. McCormick presented the follow- 
ing order, which was, on motion, duly 



It Is Herely Ordered, That the Corpora- 
tion Counsel be and he hereby is instruct- 
ed and directed to dismiss the condemna- 
tion suit for opening 38th place, from 
Wood street to Paulina street, and now 
pending in the Circuit Court of Cook 
County, entitled. City of Chicago v. Ada 
V. H. Wiltshire, et al., and appearing as 
No. 145947 of the docket of said court. 

Aid. McCormick presented the claims of 
John Brown, Frank E. Mallon, Mrs. Ke- 
hoe and E. Deegin, which were 

Referred to the Committtee on Finance. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted the following ordinance : 

AN ORDINANCE 

Repealing an ordinance for the improve- 
ment of Union avenue, from 33d street 
to 39th street, in the City of Chicago, 
County of Cook and State of Illinois. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the ordinance entitled 
"An ordinance for the improvement of 
Union avenue, from 33d street to 39th 
street," passed May 1st, 1905, be and the 
same is hereby repealed, and that the 
assessment made under the provisions of 
said ordinance, confirmed July 11th, 1906, 
Warrant 34373, be and the same is hereby 
annulled. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in 
force from and after its passage. 

Which was, on motion, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 



October 22, 



1705 



1906 



fuss, Nowicki, Scliermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon,. 'Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Eeinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
'Nays — Brennan — 1. 



SEVENTH WARD. 

Aid. Bennett presented an ordinance 
concerning the deposit of city funds in 
National and State banks; and an ordi- 
nance requiring the City Treasurer to 
make daily deposits of city funds and 
authorizing the City Comptroller to se- 
lect an "active depositary" each month, 
which were 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order and opinion from the Corporation 
Counsel : 

Office of the Coepoeation Cou]srsEL,| 
October 15, 1906. J 
Hon. Frank I. Bennett, Chairman Fi- 
nance Committee: 

Deae Sie— On March 30, 1906, (see p. 
3286) the City Council authorized and 
directed the City Electrician to enter 
into a contract with the Illinois Tele- 
graph & Telephone Company without ad- 
vertising, for the installation of certain 
cables. The contract was entered into 
presumably with this company, but upon 
the papers being presented for signature 
the name was changed by the contractor 
to Illinois Tunnel Company. It seems 
that the Illinois Telegraph & Telephone 
Company is no longer in existence and 
has been succeeded by the Illinois Tun- 
nel Company. There is therefore, no ac- 
tual change in parties, but inasmuch as 
the order as passed by the Council will 
not authorize the City Comptroller to 
make payments to the Illinois Tunnel 
Company, I have drawn an order for pre- 



sentation to the Council to straighten 
this matter out. 

Yours Respectfully, 

Leon Hoenstein, 

Assistant Corporation Counsel. 

Whereas, On March 30, 1906, the City 
Council of the City of Chicago, authorized 
and directed the City Electrician to en- 
ter into a contract with the Illinois 
Telegraph & Telephone Company without 
advertising, for th*e installation of cer- 
tain electric cables in the tunnels of said 
company ; and 

Wheeeas, At the time of the passage 
of the aforesaid order the said Illinois 
Telegraph & Telephone Company was no 
longer in existence and had been succeeded 
by the Illinois Tunnel Company; and, 

Wheeeas, The said City Electrician has 
proceeded under the authority given him 
as aforesaid; therefore, be it 

Ordered, That the said order passed on 
March 30, 1906, and appearing on page 
3286 of the Council Proceedings of that 
date, be and the same is hereby amended 
by striking out the words "Illinois Tele- 
graph & Telephone Company" and sub- 
stituting therefor the words, "Hlinois 
Tunnel Company." 

Aid. Bennett moved to pass the order. 
The motion prevailed, and the order 
was thereby passed. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby authorized to enter into 
a contract with the Western Electric 
Company for two hundred (200) cast 
iron bases and two hundred (200) steel 
masts for electric light posts for en- 
closed series alternating arc lamps, to 
connect with underground circuits; for 
the sum of seventeen and fifty-hundredths 
dollars ($17.50) for each cast iron base 
and six and fifteen-hundredths dollars 
($6.15) for each steel mast, making a 



October 22, 



1706 



1906 



total of four thousand, seven hundred 
thirty doUars ($4,730.00). 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Keimsi, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on. Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
T^IcCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Deyer, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, WilUston, 
Lipps. Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihv, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
ISlays — Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Health be and he is hereby authorized 
to purchase an automobile for use of the 
Department of Health, without advertis- 
ing, for a sum not to exceed three thou- 
,sand dollars ($3,000.00). 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki. Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, PoAvers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krnmholz, Dunn, WilUston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
Nays — Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 



Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized to appoint an assistant water as- 
sessor, at a salary of not to exceed the 
rate of ten hundred eighty dollars 
($1080.00) per year, in accordance with 
his request of October 12, 1906, attached 
hereto, and the Comptroller is ordered to^ 
pay the salary of said assistant water 
fl,ssessor from the appropriations for the 
Assessor's Division of the Bureau of 
Water. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Kennd^, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, WilUston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
Nays — Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Bennett presented- the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized to employ three additional mason in- 
spectors for the balance of the year 1906, 
and charge their salaries against the ap- 
propriations for mason inspection, Bureau 
of Sewers, and the Comptroller is ordered 
to pay the same from said appropria- 
tion. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
CuUerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 



October 22, 



1707 



190& 



fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bibl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

l^ays- — Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works is hereby authorized and 
empowered to enter into a contract, with- 
out advertising, for the installation of 
an induced draft arrangement on the 
two south boilers in the . Sixty-eighth 
Street Pumping Station, the cost of same 
not to exceed $1,300.00. The Comptrol- 
ler is hereby authorized 'and directed to 
pay the same from the appropriation for 
smoke preventive devices as authorized 
in the annual appropriation bill for 
1906. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
MeCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
CuUerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bibl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

'Nays — Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized to voucher warrants 65 and 15173 
for five hundred sixty dollars ($560.00) 
each, being rental of space in City Hall 



for the year 1906, occupied by the Bureau 
of Water, and the Comptroller is ordered 
to pay the same from the water fund. 
This action is taken in accordance with 
the request. of the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works, attached hereto. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
MeCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihah, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Ploffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Zv'a^/s-^Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized to voucher against his appropria- 
tion for City Hall, bills of George Car- 
penter & Co., amounting to one hundred 
sixty-eight and fifty-eight one-hundredths 
dollars ($168.58), dated May 23, 1904, 
(in accordance with his request of Octo- 
ber 3, attached hereto), and the Comp- 
troller is authorized to pay the same upon 
proper vouchers signed by the Commis- 
sioner of Public Works and duly approved 
for payment. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
MeCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 



L.ctobcr 22, 



1708 



1906 



Conloii, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Ha hue, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herliliy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, OTonnell Roberts, Fisher, 
Flunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 
Xa ys — Br enna n — 1 . 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Fire Marshal be and 
he is hereby authorized to give to Charles 
Langsman, of 236 Warren avenue, a 
horse to replace one killed by the depart- 
ment on September 22, 1906, in front of 
1231 Wabash avenue, value of said horse 
not to exceed one hundred twenty-five 
dollars ($125.00), all in accordance with 
the request of the Fire Marshal, dated 
October 19, 1906, and attached hereto. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Grolombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Oonnell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized to pay bills 
for repair of property at 3901 Lake ave- 
nue, amounting to twenty-one hundred 
fifty-five and forty-three one-hundredths 
dollars ($2,155.43) from the water fund, 
said property belonging to the water 
fund. This action is taken in accord- 



ance with the request of the City Real 
Estate Agent, attached hereto. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
niha,n, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized to pay the 
assessment levied under special assess- 
ment warrant 33394 against Lot 9, in the 
south one-half of Block 5, in Goodwin, 
Belestier & Phillips' subdivision, being 
fourteen and sixty-one one-hundredths 
dollars ($14.61), and charge same to the 
Finance Committee Fund, appropriations 
1906. This action is taken in accordance 
with the report of the Board of Local 
Improvements, and the City Engineer, 
attached hereto. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 



October 22, 



1709 



1906 



Herliliy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Oonnell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
l<Iays — Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized to purchase 
Lots 25 and 26, Block 5, Orvis' Sub. of 
N. E. 1/4 of S. E. 1/4, Section 7-38-14, 
being located at the northeast corner of 
West 53d street and Wood street, at a 
sum not to exceed eleven hundred dol- 
lars ($1100.00), and subject to general 
taxes levied for the year 1906.^ This 
action is taken in accordance with the 
recommendation of the City Real Estate 
Agent and the Fire Marshal, attached 
hereto. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
'Nays — Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized to purchase 
Lot 11, a Sub. of Block 17, Superior 
Court partition of the West % of the 
Northwest l^, Section 4-38-14, for a sum 
not to exceed two thousand seventy-nine 
dollars ($2079.00), subject to taxes of 
1906 and to special assessments for im- 
provements not yet made, being situated 
on the west side of Wallace street north 



of alley north of West 43d street. This 
action is taken in accordance with the 
recommendations of His Honor the Mayor, 
City Comptroller and the Commissioner 
of Health, attached hereto. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yet^—Kenna, Ooughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever^ 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
Nays — Brennan — 1 . 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized to purchase 
Lots 1 and 2, Block 7, John Walker's 
Sub. of S. E. 1/4 of N. E. 1/4, Section 
17-38-14, for a sum of not to exceed 
twenty-nine hundred and twenty-five 
dollars ($2925.00), subject to taxes of 
1906, in accordance with the recom- 
mendation of the City Real Estate Agent 
and the Fire Marshal, attached hereto. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimnier, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 






October 22, 



1710 



1906 



Hoilihy, Weiidling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bibl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
yays — Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized to purchase 
Lots 34 and 35, C. H. Wells' Sub. of 
parts of Lots 10 and 15, School Trustees' 
Sub., Section 16-37-14, for a sum not to 
exceed four hundred fifty dollars 
($450.00) for both lots, subject to gen- 
eral taxes for 1906 and special assess- 
ments for improvements not yet made. 
This action is taken in accordance with 
the recommendation of the Commissioner 
of Public Works, City Engineer and City 
Real Estate Agent, attached hereto. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yea^— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, WilUston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
Nays — Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be a.nd he is hereby author- 
ized and directed to allow a bill of ex- 
tras not to exceed $9.50 (nine and 50-100 
dollars) as per estimate of Thos. Con- 
lin Plumbing and Heating Co., for ex- 
tra work necessary to make alterations 
on the plans for the Hudson Avenue Po- 
lice Station as per instructions of the 
Chief of Police. 



Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, WilUston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
Nays — Brennan — 1 . 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized and directed to allow a bill of ex- 
tras not to exceed one hundred thirty- 
two and 00-100 dollars ($132.00) as per 
estimate of The McEwen Building and 
Manufacturing Co., for extra work neces- 
sary in making alterations on the plans 
for the police station at 131-133 Hudson 
avenue, according to instructions of the 
Chief of Police. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihau, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully^ Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
Nays — Brennan — 1 . 



October 22, 



1711 



1906 



Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized and directed to allow a bill of ex- 
tras not to exceed $26.00 (twenty-six and 
00-100 dollars) as per estimate of 
Thomas and Smith, for extra work neces- 
sary to make alterations on the plans 
for the police station at 131-133 Hudson 
avenue, Chicago, 111., according to in- 
structions of the Chief of Police. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Pick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss^ Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, WilUston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 
Nays — Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
orders, which were, on motion, duly 
passed : 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized and directed 
to make the following transfers in the 
appropriations for the Fire Department: 
From Fund R "Hose and 
Couplings" for purchase 
of a site at the northeast 
corner of West 53d street 
and Wood street, the sum 

of $1,100.00 

From Fund S, "Repairs and 
Renewals, Other" for the 
purchase of a site for en- 
gine house at the south- 
west corner of West 58th 
and Green streets, the 
sum of 2,925.00 



This action is taken in accordance with 
the request of the Fire Marshal, attached 
hereto. 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized to make 
the following transfers, in accordance 
with the request of the Commissioner of 
Public Works, attached hereto, in appro- 
priations for City Hall: 
From account 10 A 2, Pip- 
ing, Steam Heating Appa- 
ratus etc $500.00 

From account 10 A 3, Paint- 
ing, C'alcimining and re- 
decorating offices 800.00 

From account 10 A 4, Re- 
pairing and Installing 

Vaults 1,300.00 

From account 10 B 1, Op- 
eration, Salaries Com- 
plaint Bureau 800.00 

From account 10 Ex. 20, 

Water Supply Tanks 1,000.00 



To account 10 A 1, Re- 
pairs and Renewals $4,400.00 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly 
passed: 

Ordered, That the Board of Local Im- 
provements be and are hereby instructed 
to have the city contractor building ce- 
ment sidewalks on the east side of Jack- 
son Park avenue, between 73d and 74th 
streets, do the necessary extra concrete 
work around the Jackson Park Avenue 
Pumping Station, the cost of same to be 
paid out of the Renewal and Repair 
Fund of said station. 

Aid. Bennett presented the claims of 
Margaret Bickley, Eagle Brewing Co., 
Teresa O'Leary, B. Quinn, Joseph Seitz, 
and F. A. Hill & Co., which were 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Bennett moved that the claim of 
Daniel J. Gillis, placed on file March 26, 
1906, be taken from file and re-referred to 
the Finance Comniittee. 

The motion prevailed. 



October 22, 



1712 



1906 



Aid. Snow presented the following or- 
dinance : 

Whereas, On June 5, 1905, the City 
Council passed an ordinance granting 
permission to George K. Edwards to lay 
down, construct, maintain and operate a 
single railroad switch track in, along, 
over, across and upon Harbor avenue at 
its intersection with Green Bay avenue; 
and 

Whereas, Said ordinance was never ac- 
cepted by said Geeorge K. Edwards and 
compensation as provided therein never 
paid; therefore, 
Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That an ordinance passed 
June 5th, 1905, and published on page 
487 of Council Proceedings of that date, 
granting permission to George K. Ed- 
wards to lay down, construct, maintain 
and operate a single railroad iswitcb 
track in, along, over, across and upon 
Harbor avenue at its intersection with 
Green Bay avenue be and the same is 
hereby repealed. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage. 

Which was, on motion of Aid. Snow, 
duly passed by yeas and nays as fol- 
lows: 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Kichert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Pick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Eeese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

'N a ys — Br enn a n — 1 . 



Aid. Snow presented the following or- 
dinance : 

Whereas, On February 5th, 1906, the 
City Council passed an ordinance grant- 
ing permission to A. B. Mulvey, his heirs 
and assigns, to lay down and maintain 
one steel pipe not to exceed three inches 
in diameter and to maintain and operate 
therein two electric wires for electric 
lighting purposes underneath and across 
Michigan avenue, Wabash avenue, and 
all north and south alleys between Wa- 
bash avenue and Indiana avenue; and 

Whereas, Said ordinance was never ac- 
cepted by said A. B. Mulvey and com- 
pensation as provided therein never paid; 
therefore. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council, of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That an ordinance passed 
February 5th, 1906, and published on 
page 2460 of the Council Proceedings of 
that date granting permission to A. B. 
Mulvey, his heirs and assigns, to lay 
down and maintain one steel pipe not to 
exceed three inches in diameter and to 
maintain and operate therein two electric 
wires for electric lighting purposes, un- 
derneath and across Michigan avenue and 
Wabash avenue and all north and south 
alleys between Wabash avenue and Indi- 
ana avenue, be and the same is hereby 
repealed. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage. 

Which was, on motion of Aid. Snow, 
duly passed by yeas and nays as fol- 
lows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 



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1713 



19uo 



Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'C'onnell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
'Nays — Brennan — 1. 



EIGHTH WARD. 

Aid. Moynihan presented a petition for 
a change in the running time of street 
cars on 75th street during the "rush" 
hours, and for an extension of the line, 
which was 

Referred to the Committee on Local 
Transportation. 

Aid. Moynihan presented an ordinance 
in favor of S. Lederer Co. for a eoal vault 
in the public alley in rear of the build- 
ing at the southeast corner of Commercial 
avenue and 91st street; and an ordinance 
vacating and dedicating certain alleys in 
Taylor's Second Addition to South Chi- 
cago, which were 

Referred to the Committee on Streets 
and Alleys, South Division. 

Aid. Moynihan presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly 



Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby directed 
to have a water supply pipe laid in 80th 
place, from Commercial avenue eastward 
as far as the same will pay a permanent 
annual revenue of ten cents per lineal 
foot. 

Aid. Moynihan moved that the claim of 
Charles W. Fahlbush for refund of fine, 
placed on file February 26, 1906, be taken 
from file and recommitted to the Commit- 
tee on Finance. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Derpa presented the following 
orders, which were, on motion, duly 
passed: 

Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby directed to erect gaso- 
line lamps, one at the corner of 82d street 



and Central avenue; one in middle of 
block on Central avenue between 81st and 
82d streets, and four lamps on Euclid 
avenue between 73d street and 75th 
street. 

Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby directed to erect electric 
lights, one at the corner of 82d and Hous- 
ton avenue and one at the corner of 83d 
street and Houston avenue. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted the following ordinance : 

AN ORDINANCE 

Repealing an ordinance for a sewer in 
Marquette avenue, from 76th street to 
79th street, in the City of Chicago, 
County of Cook and State of Illinois. 

Be it ordained 'by the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the ordinance en- 
titled "An ordinance for a sewer in Mar- 
quette avenue, from 76th street to 79th 
street," passed December 18, 1905, be 
and the same is hereby repealed, and that 
the assessment made under the provisions 
of said ordinance, confirmed July 11, 
1906, Wt. 34401, be and the same is here- 
by annulled. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in 
force from and after its passage. 

Which was, on motion, duly passed 
by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Devcr, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 



October 22, 



1714 



1906 



TENTH WARD. 

Aid. Scully presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to furnish the City Council a list 
of all the streets and alleys in the 
Tenth Ward where railroad or switch 
tracks are laid and also by what right 
the streets and alleys are used by rail- 
road companies or other persons. 



ELEVENTH WARD. 

Aid. Cullerton presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed : 

Ordered, That the Committee on Local 
Transportation forthwith report to this 
Council the reason for its non-compliance 
with the provisions of the order passed 
by this Council September 24th 1906, 
and published on page 1299 of the cur- 
rent Council Proceedings relating to dead- 
ening the noise on the roadbed of the 
Northwestern Elevated Railroad Com- 
pany. 

Aid. Hoffman presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed : 

Ordered, That the Corporation Counsel 
be and he is hereby directed to furnish 
this Council with an opinion as to the 
right of the city to levy special assess- 
ments against abutting property for im- 
provements of street intersections. 

Aid. Hoffman presented the claim of 
Frank Pizinger, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



TWELFTH WARD. 

Aid. Zimmer presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed : 

Ordered, That the Board of Local Im- 
provements be and they are hereby di- 
rected not to let a contract for plank 
sidewalk on West 2 1st place, Blue Island 
avenue to Western avenue, until the 
street is paved. 



The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for a cement sidewalk on both 
sides of South Kekzie avenue, from West 
12th street to Douglas Park boulevard. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Zimmer, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas and 
nays as follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowieki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Bums, 
Bradley O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Br ennan — 1 . 



A recommendation, estimate and ordi- 
nance for a cement sidewalk on both 
sides of South Troy street, from Ogden 
avenue to West 19th street. 

By unanimous consent, oh motion of 
Aid. Uhlir, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas and 
nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowieki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler^ Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 



October 22, 



1715 



1906 



THIRTEENTH WARD. 

Aid. Riley presented an ordinance 
amending Sections 730 and 731 of the Re- 
vised Code of 1905, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Build- 
ing Department. 

Aid. Riley presented the claim of B. 
McMahon, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Riley presented an order for pav- 
ing Troy street, 'between Fillmore and 
Twelfth streets, which was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

Aid. Considine presented the claims of 
Patrick McLaughlin, D. J. Hubbard, W. 
A. Amberg, H. F. Shaefer, J. A. Brophy, 
Andrew J. Graham and Graham Bros., 
which were 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Considine presented an order for 
paving the alley between Wilcox and 
Campbell avenues and Adams and Rock- 
well streets, which was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

FOURTEENTH WARD. 

Aid. Maypole presented the claim of 
M. H. Palmer, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Maypole presented an order for 
paving Albany avenue, between Lake 
and Walnut streets, which was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 



FIFTEENTH WARD. 

Aid. Beilfuss presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to place under ground all wires in 
West Division street, from Milwaukee 



to California avenue, and complete all 
underground work in said street, as soon 
as possible, as said street will be paved 
early in the year 1907, and also to place 
all trolley poles inside curb so they won't 
stop up the gutters (as per communica- 
tion attached. ) 

Aid. Beilfuss and Smith and the alder- 
men of the Sixteenth and Twenty-eighth 
Wards presented the following order, 
which was, on motion, duly passed: 

Ordered, That the Superintendent of 
Transportation be and he is hereby di- 
rected to take the necessary steps 
towards re-routing the cars on West 
North avenue (Milwaukee avenue west- 
ward) providing for a through route 
from center of city to 48th and North 

avenues. 

■• 
Aid. Beilfuss presented the claim of 

John Suwalski, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Beilfuss moved that the claim of 
Walter Brothers, for laying sewer stub, 
placed on file October 23, 1905, be taken 
from file and recommitted to the Com- 
mittee on Finance. 

The motion prevailed. 



SIXTEENTH WARD. 

Aid. Nowicki presented a petition and 
ordinance amending Sections 717 and 718 
of the Revised Code of 1905 concerning 
the storage of oil's, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Judi- 
ciary. 

Aid. Scherman presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to build a catch basin in North 
Robey street, in front of house of Fire 
Engine Company No. 35. 



SEVENTEENTH WARD. 

Aid. Sitts presented the following or- 



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1716 



1906 



der, which was, on motion, duly passed: 
Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to issue a permit to Michel & Pit- 
zele to hang wooden sign in front of 
building 304-306-308 Grand avenue; said 
sign to be 11 feet 6 inches long by 3 feet 
8 inches wide. Said sign shall be erected 
ana maintained in accordance with all 
rules and regulations of the Department 
of Public Works. This privilege shall 
be subject to termination by the Mayor 
at any time in his discretion. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for a cement sidewalk on both 
sides of West Division street, from Mil- 
waukee avenue to the north branch of 
the Chicago river. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Sitts, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows : 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Kichert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Piley, 
Gonsidine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Peinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 



EIGHTEENTH WARD. 

Aid. Brennan presented the following 
orders, which were, on motion, duly 



Ordered, That the Commissionei; of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to report to this Council at its 
next meeting by what authority the 
Pennsylvania Railroad Company laid 



down tracks in the alley between Clinton 
street, Jefferson street, Fulton street and 
Carroll avenue. 

Ordered, That the Corporation Counsel 
be and he is hereby directed to take im- 
mediate steps to dissolve the injunction 
secured by the Pennsylvania Railroad 
Company restraining the City of Chicago 
from tearing down their freight depot at 
Halsted and Kinzie streets, in accordance 
with order passed by the City Council 
September 24, 1906. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for a cement sidewalk on the 
east side of South Centre avenue, from 
West Madison street to Jackson boule- 
vard. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Conlon, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Gonsidine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 



NINETEENTH WARD. 

Aid. Powers presented the claims of 
John Barrett and William Laveny, which 
were 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Bowler presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to issue a permit to Emilia Scag- 



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1717 



1906 



lione to erect and maintain a barber 
pole in front of 194 West Van Buren 
street. Said pole to be erected in accor- 
dance with the rules and regulations of 
the Department of Public Works and 
said permit to be subject to revocation 
by the Mayor at any time in his discre- 
tion. 

Aid. BoAvler presented the claims of 
Patrick Hartnet and Daniel O'Shea, 
which were 

Referred to the Committee on Finance . 



TWENTIETH WARD. 

Aid. Stewart presented an order for 
paving the alley between Laflin, Loomis, 
Monroe and Adams streets, which was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

Aid. Finn presented an ordinance for 
the stopping of street cars approaching 
fire engine houses, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Local 
Transportation. 

Aid. Finn presented an order for paving 
with brick all the alleys in the block 
bounded by Jackson boulevard, Van Bu- 
ren street, Paulina street and Marsh- 
field avenue, which was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 



TWENTY-FIRST WARD. 

Aid. Reese presented the following or- 
der, which was, on motion, duly passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Buildings be and he is hereby directed 
and authorized to discontinue making up 
estimates for the water rates for water 
used in the erection of new buildings or 
in alterations in buildings, and that the 
Commissioner of Public Works be and he 
is hereby directed and authorized to di- 
rect the Superintendent of the Bureau of 
Water to make up all estimates for the 
use of water in the future. 



TWENTY-SECOND WARD. 

Aid. Sullivan presented an ordinance 
amending Sections 2403 and 2417 of the 
Revised Code of 1905 concerning meters 
or sprinkling wagons, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Water 
Department. 

Aid. Sullivan presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed : 

Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby directed to place an 
electric arc light in front of the Eli Bates 
House at 80 Elm street. 

Aid. Sullivan presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed : 

Whereas, The business of cooking 
brewery refuse conducted by John 0. 
Hattendorf at Nos. 14 and 16 Hawthorne 
avenue is a menace to the health and en- 
joyment of the residents in the neighbor- 
hood of said establishment on account of 
the offensive odors emitted, and 

Whereas, The attention of the De- ^ 
partment of Health has been repeatedly 
called to said nuisance by the Aldermen 
of the ward and by the residents in the 
district surrounding said business with- 
out securing any relief; therefore, be it 
Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Health be and he is hereby directed to at 
once take the necessary steps to abate 
the nuisance complained of, or report to 
this Council at its next meeting his rea- 
sons for not having aone so. 

Aid. Sullivan presented the claims of 
Michael Burke and John A. Larson, which 
were 

Referred to the Committe on Finance. 

Aid. Dougherty presented an ordinance 
extending an ordinance in favor of Al- 
bert H. Veeder for a switch track, passed 
January 14, 1889, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Streets 
and'Alleys, North Division. 

Aid. Dougherty presented the following 

order, which was, on motion, duly passed : 

Ordered, That the Board of Local Im- 



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1906 



provenients be and they are hereby in- 
structed to have the City Contractor con- 
structing cement sidewalks on East Chi- 
cago avenue do all necessary extra con- 
crete work in front of fire engine house 
located at 36 and 38 East Chicago avenue, 
the cost of same over and above the 
amount available in the special assess- 
ment levied against said property for 
sidewalk purposes to be charged up to 
the Fire Department Eepair Fund. 



TWENTY-THIRD WARD. 

Aid. Werno presented the following or- 
ders, which were, on motion, duly passed : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to issue a permit to George Funk 
to place and maintain a water trough at 
the southwest corner of Willow and Bis- 
sell streets, and connect the same with 
the water supply pipe in Willow street, 
in accordance with all rules and regula- 
tions of the Department of Public Works. 
Said trough shall be equipped with an 
automatic shut -off to prevent waste of 
water, and the said George Funk shall 
pay to the city as compensation for the 
water used such amounts as may be fixed 
by the Commissioner of Public Works. 
The privileges hereby granted may be 
revoked by the Mayor at any time in his 
discretion. 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to issue a permit to R. H. Luth 
to string a banner across street at 237 
East North avenue, Chicago, for a period 
of two weeks. Said banner to be strung in 
accordance with the rules and regulations 
of the Department of Public Works, and 
said permit to be subject to revocation 
by the Mayor at any time in his discre- 
tion. 



tween Belden and Clybourn avenues, and 
an order for a cement sidewalk on the 
east side of Dominick street, which were 
Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

Aid. Krumholz and Hahne presented 
an order and petition for public bath in 
the Twenty-fourth Ward, Avhich was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Krumholz presented the claim of 
William Hahne, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



TWENTY-FOURTH WARD. 

Aid. Hahne presented an order and pe- 
tition for narrowing Lewis street, be- 



TWENTY-FIFTH WARD. 

Aid. Williston presented the claim of 
Paul Pearson, whieh was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Dunn presented the following or- 
der, which was, on motion, duly passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to inspect all paved streets in the 
Twenty-fifth Ward, and cause repairs to 
be made where pavement has been opened 
by city, gas or telephone companies; also 
give instructions that this work must be 
done in a manner to make pavement 
equally as good and substantial as orig- 
inal and all parties complete their work 
before cold weather. 

Aid. Dunn presented the following reso- 
lution, which Avas, on motion, duly 
adopted : 

Whereas, The City Council on March 
5th, 1906, passed an ordinance raising the 
license charge for saloons to $1,000.00 
per year, thereby adding $3,676,500 to the 
revenue of the city, which amount it was 
understood by the City Council and by 
the public would be used mainly for the 
purpose of putting our police force in a 
condition to combat the excess of crime 
in our city, by adding at least 1,250 men 
to the force; and 

Whereas, Over seven months have 
j passed since the passage of the ordinance 



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and the police force has been increased 
by the addition of only 477 men, although 
the season has arrived when the need of 
a large and efficient police force is a posi- 
tive necessity; therefore, be it 

Resolved, That it is the sense of this 
Council that the proper authorities shall 
immediately place in service 750 more 
active and energetic policemen and a 
vigorous campaign waged for the driving 
of loafers, thugs and hold-up men from 
the city. 

Aid. Dunn presented the claim of J. 
L. Flannery, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Dunn presented an order for side- 
walk on the west side of Perry street, be- 
tween Devon and North Shore avenues, 
which was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for curbing, grading and paving 
with brick North Clark street, from De- 
von avenue to Howard street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Dunn, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sittsj Dever, 
Conlon, PowerSj Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Bums, 
Bradley O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

'Nays — Brennan — 1. 



TWENTY-SIXTH WARD. 

Aid. Lipps presented the following or- 



der, which was, on motion, duly passed: 
Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby directed to remove all 
wires and poles from Montrose boulevard, 
Wilson avenue, and Leland avenue, from 
Clark street to E. Ravenswood Park, as 
said streets are about to be paved. 

Aid. Lipps presented the claim of N. J. 
Olsen, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Lipps presented an order and 
petition for paving a system of streets 
in the Twenty-sixth Ward, which was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

Aid. Lipps moved that the claim of F. 
H. Prince for compensation for personal 
injuries, placed on file October 30, 1905, 
be taken from file and recommitted to 
the Committee on Finance. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Reinberg presented an ordinance 
amending Section 655 of the Revised Code 
of 1905 concerning the maintenance of 
lumber yards near buildings, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Building 
Department. 

Aid. Reinberg presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly 
passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to issue permit to E. F. Rennacker 
to establish thirty-foot roadbed and for 
paving same with macadam and combina- 
tion curbing, the following named streets : 
Winchester avenue, from Argyle street 
to Lawrence avenue; Lincoln street, from 
Argyle street to Lawrence avenue ; Ains- 
lie street, from Robey street to Lincoln 
street, said work to be done to the satis- 
faction of the Commissioner of Public 
Works; provided, however, that before 
said permit is issued the said E. F. Ren- 
nacker shall enter into a bond in the sum 
of ten thousand dollar^s (($10,000), to 
be approved by the said Commissioner of 



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Public Works, to indemnify the City of 
Chicago against all loss or damage by 
reason of the granting of said permit. 

Aid. Reinberg presented the claims of 
Peter Reinberg and John Weireter, which 
were 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid, Reinberg presented an order and 
petition for paving certain streets in the 
Twenty- sixth Ward, which were 

Referred to the Board of Lociil Im- 
provements. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for cement sidewalks on a sys- 
tem of streets as follows, to-wit: On 
the south side of Irving Park boulevard, 
from North Oakley avenue to North 
Western avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Lipps, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullertdn, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Oonsidine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — ^Brennan — 1. 



TWENTY-SEVENTH WARD. 

Aid. Siewert presented a petition for 
a change in the fire limits in a certain 
part of the Twenty-seventh Ward, which 
was 

Referred to the Committee on Building 
Department. 

Aid. Siewert presented an order for 



the licensing of ice skating rinks, which 
was 

Referred to the Committee on License. 

Aid. Siewert presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to have a water supply pipe laid 
in Cortland street, from Kimbell avenue 
eastward about 150 feet in south side of 
street; provided the same will pay a 
permanent annual revenue of ten cents 
per lineal foot. 

Aid. Siewert presented the claim of B. 
Bergersen, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Siewert presented an order for 
paving Fairfield avenue between Diversey 
avenue and the right of way of the 
Chicago and Northwestern Railroad, 
which was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

Aid. Blase presented the following or- 
der, which was, on motion, duly passed: 

Ordered, That the Board of Local Im- 
provements be and they are hereby in- 
structed to have the City Comptroetao 
structed to have the city contractor 
building cement sidewalks on Central 
Park avenue and on Elbridge avenue do 
all necessary extra concrete work around 
the fire engine house at the northeast 
corner of Central Park and Elbridge 
avenues, the cost of same over and above 
the amount available in the special as- 
sessment levied against said property for 
sidewalk purposes to be charged up to the 
Fire Department Repair Fund. 

Aid. Blase presented the claims of Gold- 
man Manufacturing Co., O. Praig, 
and Charles Spoor, which were 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Blase presented orders for six- 
foot cinder walks on the south side of 
Belmont avenue, between Milwaukee and 
North 48th avenues, and on the east side 



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of North 48th avenue, between Elston and 
Wrightwood avenues, and an order for 
changing the sidewalk line on the north 
side of Diversey avenue, from. Elston 
avenue to first alley west thereof, which 
were 

Keferred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for a cement sidewalk on both 
sides of Milwaukee . avenue, from North 
48th avenue to the Chicago, Milwaukee 
and St. Paul Railway (Milwaukee Divi- 
sion) . 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Siewert, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley O'Oonnell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1 . 



TWENTY-EIGHTH WARD. 

Aid. Larson and Herlihy presented an 
order for paving Fullerton avenue, from 
Robey- street to Milwaukee avenue, which 
was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

Aid. Herlihy presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to install a four-inch service pipe 
without meter on the east side of Maple- 



wood avenue, 53 feet south of Humboldt 
boulevard for organ of St. John Berch- 
man's Roman Catholic Church; also a 
one- inch water service pipe on the east 
side of Maplewood avenue 100 feet south 
of Humboldt boulevard for household 
purposes for St, John Berchman's Roman 
Catholic Church. 



TWENTY-NINTH WARD. 

Aid, Wendling presented the follow- 
ing orders, which were, on motion, duly 



Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby directed to place gaso- 
line lamps on 39th place, from Kedzie 
avenue to San Francisco avenue. 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to have a water supply pipe laid 
in Troy street, from 44th street to 46th 
street; provided the same will pay a per- 
manent annual revenue of ten cents per 
lineal foot. 

Aid Wendling presented the claim of 
Frank Schwartz, which was 
Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Wendling presented an order for 
a sewer in Marshfield avenue, between 
West 43d and West 44th streets, which 
was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 



THIRTIETH WARD. 

Aid, Burns presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly 
passed: 

Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby directed to place an 
electric arc light at the corner of 43d 
street and Shields avenue. 

Aid. Burns presented the claim of Pat- 
rick Houlahan, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



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Aid. Bradley presented the claim of 
Edward Meers, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for a cement sidewalk on the 
west side of Wallace street, from West 
51st street to West Garfield boulevard. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Burns, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Teas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormiek, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Focll, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

'Nays — Brennan — 1. 



THIRTY-FIRST WARD. 

Aid. O'Connell presented the claims of 
Elof Nelson and P. J. O'Hare, which 



Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



THIRTY-SECOND WARD. 

Aid. Fisher presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly 
passed: 

Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby directed to place gaso- 
line street lamps at the intersections of 
West 88th and Paulina streets. West 
88th and Wood streets, and West 89th 
street and Hermitage avenue. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 



ordinance for a cement sidewalk on the 
north side of West 87th street, from Par- 
nell avenue to the easterly line of the 
right of way of the Chicago, Rock Island 
and Pacific Railroad. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Fisher, the estimate v^as approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormiek, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foel^ Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1 . 

ALSO, 

A recommendation, estimate and ordi- 
nance for a cement sidewalk on the west 
side of State street, from West 71st 
street to West 73d street. 

By imanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Fisher, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormiek, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 



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1906 



The following ordinance: 

AN ORDINANCE 

Repealing an ordinance for a sewer -in 
South Wood street, from West 100th 
place to West 101st street, in the City 
of Chicago, County of Cook and State 
of Illinois. 

Be it ordained 'by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago'. 

Section 1. That the ordinance entitled 
"An ordinance for a sewer in South 
Wood street, from West 100th place to 
West 101st street," passed July 2, 1906, 
be and the same is hereby repealed, and 
that the assessment made under the pro- 
cisions of sa:id ordinance. Docket No. 
31241 of the County Court of said county, 
be and the same is hereby annulled. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be 
in force from and after its passage. 

Which was, on motion, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, ' Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Pick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Eiley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermaun, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Oonnell, Roberts,' Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

l^ays — Brennan — 1. 



THIRTY-THIRD WARD. 

Aid. Bihl presented an order and peti- 
tion for a water supply pipe in 104th 
place, between Wentworth and Stewart 
avenues, which was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 



THIRTY-FOURTH WARD. 

Aid. Kohout presented the claims of 
Martin Cunningham, Charles F. Bellair, 
and William Hoyne, and a petition from 
the Assistant Engineers of the pumping 
stations for an increase in salary, which 
were 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Nolan presented the claim of 
Michael Loftus, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for a cement sidewalk on the 
south side of West Madison street, from 
25.6 feet east of the right of way of 
the Belt Railway of Chicago to 50.6 feet 
east of the right of way of the Belt Rail- 
way of Chicago. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Kohout, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by "yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Pick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermamn, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'C'onnell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

'Nays — Brennan — 1. 

ALSO, 

A recommendation, estimate and ordi- 
nance for a cement sidewalk on both sides 
of West 12th place, from South Homan 
avenue to South Central Park avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Nolan, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays asi follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 



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on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Ricliert, 
McCorniiok, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fiek, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese. Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Oonnell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 
Noys — Brennan — 1. 



THIRTY-FIFTH WARD. 

Aid. Hunter presented an ordinance in 
favor of T. J. Peterson Co. for an ele- 
vated switch track, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Com- 
pensation. 



REPORTS OF VARIOUS COMMITTEES 
TO THE COUNCIL. 

FINANCE. 

The Committee on Finance submitted 
the following report, which was, on mo- 
tion of Aid, Bennett, deferred and ordered 
published : 

Chicago, October 22, 1900. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Clvicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Finance, to whom 
was referred claim of Frank O'Donnell, 
for wages, having had the same under 
advisement, beg leave to report and rec- 
ommend the passage of the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Board of Local Im- 
provements be and it is hereby authorized 
to issue a voucher in favor of Frank 
O'Donnell for fifteen days' time lost on 
account of illness, in accordance with its 
recommendation of October 19, 1906, at- 
tached hereto, and the Comptroller is 
ordered to pay the same from the appro- 



priations for the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was, on motion of 
Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished: 

Chicago, October 22, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Comicil Assembled: 
Your Committee on Finance, to whom 
was referred claim of William Cummings, 
for a rebate on pool table license, having 
had the same under advisement, beg leave 
to report and recommend the passage of 
the following order: 

Ordered, That the City Collector be 
and he is hereby authorized to allow to 
William Cummings the sum of fifteen and 
eighty-three one-hundredths dollars 
{$15.93) upon payment for billiard and 
pool table license for the current term, 
being the amount overpaid on last period 
license. 

Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 
also, 

The same committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which waS;, on motion of 
Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished : 

Chicago, October 22, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 

of Chicago in CoMndl Assembled : 

Your Committee on Finance, to whom 
was referred claim of Anna Matuszewska, 
for injuries to daughter, having had the 
same under advisement, beg leave to re- 
port and recommend the passage of the 
following order: 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized to pay to 
Anna Matuszewska the sum of thirty- 
nine dollars ($39,00) same to be in full 
of all claims for injuries to her daughter 



October 22, 

caused by being shot September 15th, 
1906, by policeman of the Thirty-third 
Precinct while firing at fleeing criminal, 
and charge same to the Finance Commit- 
tee Fund. 

Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was, on motion of 
Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished : 

Chicago, October 22, 1906. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled : 
Your Committee on Finance, to whom 
was referred claims of Zac Zimmerman 
for refund of saloon license and Joseph 
Stodola, for refund of duplicate amuse- 
ment license, having had the same under 
advisement, beg leave to report and rec- 
ommend the passage of the following 
orders : 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized and directed 
to pay to Zac Zimmerman the sum of 
three hundred twenty and sixty-five one- 
hundredths dollars ($320.65), same being 
for unused portion of saloon license No. 
157, first period 1906, and charge same to 
the Finance Committee Fund, appropria- 
tions 1906. 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized and directed 
to pay to Joseph Stodola the sum uf 
twenty-five dollars ($25.00), same being 
refund of amount paid for amusement li- 
cense No. 357, two licenses having been 
taken out through error, and charge same 
to the Finance Committee Fund, appro- 
priations 1906. 

This action is taken upon the report 
and recommendation of the City Collec- 
tor, attached hereto. 

Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

also. 
The same committee submitted the fol- 



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lowing report, which was, on motion of 
Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished : 

Chicago, October 22, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Finance, to whom 
was referred claim of Charles W. Ben- 
nett, for salary, having had the same un- 
der advisement, beg leave to report and 
recommend the passage of the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized and directed to issue a voucher in 
favor of Charles W. Bennett in the sum 
of thirty-five and seven one-hundredths 
dollars ($35.07), same being for wages 
deducted on account of absence from duty 
at the Central Park Avenue Pumping 
Station, and the Comptroller is ordered to 
pay the same from appropriations for 
pumping stations. This action is taken 
in accordance with the report of the City 
Engineer attached hereto. 

Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was, on motion of 
Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished : 

Chicago, October 22, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 

of Chicago in Council Assembled: 

Your Committee on Finance, to whom 
was referred claim of Hugh Doran for 
wages, having had the same under ad- 
visement, beg leave to report and recom- 
mend the passage of the following order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized to issue a voucher in favor of Hugh 
Doran in the sum of one hundred twelve 
and fifty one-hundredths dollars ($112.- 
50), same being for time deducted on ac- 
count of suspension of said Hugh Doran 
from his position, and the Comptroller ia 



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1906 



ordered to pay the same from the appro- 
priation for the Harrison Street Pump- 
ing Station. This action is taken in ac- 
cordance with the recommendation of the 
Commissioner of Public Works and City 
Engineer attached hereto. 

Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was, on motion of 
Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished : 

Chicago, October 22, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 

of Chicago in Council Assembled: 

Your Committee on Finance, to whom 
was referred claim of Josephine Lane for 
wages, having had the same under advise- 
ment, beg leave to report and recommend 
the passage of the following order: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized and directed to issue a voucher in 
favor of Josephine Lane in the sum of 
three hundred seventy-five dollars, same 
being for wages deducted on account of 
illness of said Josephine Lane, during 
May, June, July, August and September, 
1906, and the Comptroller is ordered to 
pay the same from the appropriation for 
the Bureau of Sewers. 

Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was, on motion of 
Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished : 

Chicago, October 22, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Finance, to whom 
was referred sundry bills of Health De- 
partment, having had the same under ad- 
visement, beg leave to report and recom- 
mend the passage oi the following order : 



Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Health be and be is hereby authorized to 
voucher the following bills against the 
appropriations heretofore made for his 
department, and the Comptroller is or- 
dered to pay the same when properly 
vouchered and approved by the depart- 
ment (providing same have not been 
heretofore paid) : 
P. J. Murray, expense incurred in 
entertaining visiting city offi- 
cials $ 19.00 

Chicago Building & Kepair Co., 
for extras on work done at 

Isolation Hospital 325.50 

P. McGarry & Son, for extras in 
resetting boilers at Isolation 

Hospital 394.42 

Cameron -Amberg & Co., for 
printing department's report 

for years 1904-5 3,436.50 

This action is taken in accordance with 
the recommendation of the Commissioner 
of Health, attached hereto. 

Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was, on motion of 
Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished : 

Chicago, October 22, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Finance, to whom 
was referred claims' of S. Foster & Co., 
Edward E. Vail, George A. Marshall, 
Madlung & Eidmann, Mary Hutchins, 
Joseph Kenney & Sons and Peter Bartzen, 
for rebate of water taxes, having had 
the same under advisement, beg leave to 
report and recommend the passage of the 
following order: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized and directed to issue vouchers in 
favor of the following named persons in 
the amount set opposite their names, 



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same to be in full of all claims for- re- 
bate of water taxes paid on the prop- 
erties named, and the Comptroller is 
ordered to pay the same : 
S Foster & Co., 12-16 N. Ann St. .$51.30 
Edward E. Vail, 7334 \ale Ave. . . 23.00 
George A. Marshall 320 Washing- 
ton Blvd 12.92 

Madlung & Eidmann, 7012 S. Car- 
penter St • 2.50 

Madlung & Eidmann, 7014 S. Car- 
penter St 2.50 

Madlung & Eidmann, 7018 S. Car- 
penter St •• 2.50 

Madlung & Eidmann, 7731 S. Hal- 

sted St. • 4.12 

Mary Hutchins, 4548 Princeton Av. 11.00 
Joseph Kenny & Sons 923 Blue Is 

land Av • 42.10 

Peter Bartzen, 109-111 Lawrence 

Av 20 00 

This action is taken in accordance with 
the several recommendations of a sub- 
committee attached hereto. 

Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was, on motion of 
Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished : 

Chicago, October 22, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of thQ City 
of Chicago' in Council AssemUed: 
Your Committee on Finance, to whom 
was referred claim of Mrs. Tenney and 
F. E. Krause, for repairs to sewer, hav- 
ing had the same under advisement, beg 
leave to report and recommend the pas- 
sage of the following order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized to issue a voucher in favor of Mrs. 
Tenney and F. E. Krause in the sum of 
twenty and seventy-five one-hundredths 
dollars ($20.75), same to be in full of all 



claims for repairs to sewer at 991 South 
Trumbull avenue, and the Comptroller is 
ordered to pay the same from the appro- 
priation for repairs to sewers. This ac- 
tion is taken in accordance with the rec- 
ommendations of the Comissioner of Pub- 
lic Works and the Superintendent of the 
Bureau of Sewers, attached hereto. 
Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was, on motion of 
Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished: 

Chicago, October 22, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 

of Chicago in Council Assembled: 

Your Committee on Finance, to whom 
was referred claim of Charles J. Vopicka 
for decrease of water tax, having had the 
same under advisement, beg leave to re- 
port and recommend the passage of the 
following order: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized and directed to decrease the water 
tax assessed against 718 South Halsted 
street in the sum of twenty and twenty- 
five one-hundredths dollars ($20.25), on 
account of leakage, provided the balance 
of unpaid water tax assessed upon 7 IS 
South Halsted street is paid at once. 
This action is taken in accordance with 
the recommendation of a sub-committee 
attached hereto. 

Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was, on motion of 
Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished : 

Chicago, October 22, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Finance, to wham 



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Avas referred petition of P. H. Rapp for 
wages, having had the same under advise- 
ment, beg leave to report and recommend 
the passage of the following order: 

Ordered, That the Special Park Com- 
mission be and it is hereby authorized 
to issue a voucher in the sum of twenty 
dollars ($20), in favor of P. H. Rapp for 
wages withheld from June 20th to June 
26th, and the Comptroller is ordered to 
pay the same from appropriations for 
Small Park Commission. This action is 
taken in accordance with the recommen- 
dation of the Chairman of the Special 
Park Commission, attached hereto. 

Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 



The same committee, to whom was re- 
ferred an order directing the issuance 
of a" permit to James W. Hedenberg for 
paving certain streets, submitted a report 
recommending that the order be referred 
to the Board of Local Improvements. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report. 

The motion prevailed. 

ALSO, 

The .same committee, to whom were 
referred the claims of Zero Marx for 
rebate and S. Eichberg for decrease of 
water taxes (adverse recommendation of 
a, subcommittee attached) ; Cornelius F. 
Kinnally for track elevation damages 
(adverse recommendation of Corporation 
Counsel attached) ; Pierce Moakley for 
wages (adverse recommendation of the 
Commissioner of Public Works at- 
tached) ; and Peter Kipley, agent, dam- 
ages account of burst water main (ad- 
verse recommendation of the Corporation 
Counsel attached ) , submitted a report 
recommending that the same be placed 
on file. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report. 

The motion prevailed. 



LICENSE 

The Committee on License submitted 
the following report: 

Chicago, October 19, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 

of Chicago in Council Assembled: 

Your Committee on License, to whom 
was referred an ordinance creating a pro- 
hibition district in district bounded by 
Lake Shore Drive, Cedar street. State 
street. Maple street. Dearborn avenue. Oak 
street and Rush street, having had the 
same under advisement, beg leave to re- 
port and recommend that the ordinance 
be passed. 
Be it ordained ty the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That no license shall be 
issued for the keeping of a dram shop at 
any place within the territory bounded 
by a line described as follows, to- wit; 

Beginning at the intersection of the 
center line of Oak street with the center 
line of Lake Shore Drive, running thence 
along the center line of the said Lake 
Shore Drive to its intersection with the 
center line of Cedar street; thence along 
the center line of Cedar street to its in- 
tersection with North State street; 
thence south along the center line of 
North State street to its intersection 
with the center line of Maple street; 
thence along the center line of Maple 
street to its intersection with the center 
line of Dearborn avenue; thence along 
the center line of Dearborn avenue to its 
intersection with the center line of Oak 
street; thence along the center line of 
Oak street to its intersection with the 
center line of Rush street; thence along 
the center line of Rush street to a point 
directly opposite the northwest corner 
of Lot three (3), in Collins' Subdivision 
of the south half (1/2), of Block seven 
(7), in the Canal Trustees' Subdivision 
of the south fractional quarter of Sec- 
tion three ( 3 ) , Township thirty-nine 
(39) North, Range fourteen (14), East 
of the Third Principal Meridian; thence 



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east in a direct line to tlie center line 
of the private alley in said Collins' Sub- 
division; thence north along the center 
line of said private alley to the center 
line of the east and west alley in said 
Block seven ( 7 ) ; thence east along the 
center line of said alley to a point di- 
rectly north of the northeast corner of 
Lot fifteen (15), in said Collins' Sub- 
division; thence south to the center line 
of said Oak street; thence east along the 
center line of said Oak street to the 
place of beginning. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in 
full force and effect from and after its 
passage. 

W. P. Dunn, 
CJiairma/n. 

Aid. Dunn moved that the report be de- 
ferred and published and made a special 
order of business for the next regular 
meeting of the Council at 8:30 o'clock 
P. M. 

The motion prevailed. 

ALSO, 

The same committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was, on motion of 
Aid. Dunn, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished : 

Chicago, October 19, 1906. 

To the 31 ay or and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on License, to whom 
was referred a petition for a prohibition 
district in territory bounded by Wave- 
land, Hamlin avenue, Cornelia avenue. 
North 40th and Addison avenue, having 
had the same under advisement, beg leave 
to' report and recommend the passage of 
the accompanying ordinance. 
Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 

Section 1. That no license shall be is- 
sued for the keeping of a dramshop at 
any place within the territory bounded 
by a line described as follows, to-wit: 
Starting at the intersection of the mid- 



dle of Waveland avenue with 40th avenue 
and running thence east to the center of 
Hamlin avenue; thence south to the cen- 
ter of Cornelia avenue; thence west to 
the center of 41st avenue; thence north 
to Addison avenue; thence east to 40th 
avenue ; thence north to the point of be- . 
ginning, situated in the City of Chicago, 
adjoining the Irving Park Prohibition 
district. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in 
full force and effect from and after its 
passage. 

W. P. Dunn, 
Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was, on motion of 
Aid. Dunn, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished : 

Chicago, October 19, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on License, to whom 
was referred an ordinance creating a pro- 
hibition district in district bounded by 
75th street, 125 feet east of Centre ave- 
nue, 79th street and 125 feet west of 
Halsted street, having had the same un- 
der advisement, beg leave to report and 
recommend that the same be passed. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That no license shall be 
issued for the keeping of a dram shop 
at any place within the territory bounded 
by a line described as follows: 

Beginning at the center of West 75th 
street, at a point one hundred and twenty- 
five (125) feet west of the west line of 
South Halsted street, and running thence 
westward along the center line of the 
said West 75th street to a point one 
hundred and twenty-five feet (125) feet 
east of the east line of South Centre 
avenue; thence due southward to the 
center line of West 79th street at a point 
one hundred and twenty-five (125) feet 



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east of the east line of the said South 
Centre avenue; thence eastward along 
the center line of the said West 79th 
street to a point one hundred and twenty- 
five (125) feet west of the west line 
of South Halsted street; thence due 
northward to the pkice of beginning. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in 
full force and effect from and after its 



passage. 



W. P. Dunn, 

Chairman. 



ALSO, 



The same committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was, on motion of 
Aid. Dunn, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished : 

Chicago, October 19, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the Gity 
of Chicago in Council Assemhled: 
YouY Committee on License, to whom 
was referred a petition for a prohibition 
district in territory bounded by East 
Montrose boulevard, Chicago, Milwaukee 
and St. Paul Railway tracks, Irving Park 
boulevard. West 56th avenue, North Le- 
land avenue, etc., having had the same 
under advisement, beg leave to report and 
recommend the passage of the accompany- 
ing ordinance. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 

Section 1. That no license shall be 
issued for the keeping of a- dramshop at 
any place within the territory bounded by 
a line described as follows: 

Commencing at a point in the center 
of West Montrose avenue at the west line 
of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul 
Railway Company right of way; thence 
west along said center line of said West 
Montrose avenue to a point 200 feet east 
of the center line of North 48th avenue; 
thence south parallel with and 200 feet 
east of the center line of said North 48th 
avenue, to a point 300 feet north of the 
center line of Irving Park boulevard; 
thence west parallel with and 300 feet 



nortli of said center line of said Irving 
Park boulevard to the center line of 
North 51st avenue; thence south along 
the center line of said North 51st avenue 
to the center line of said Irving Park 
boulevard; thence west along the said 
center line of Irving Park boulevard to 
the center line of North 56th avenue; 
thence north along the said center line 
of North 56th avenue to the center line 
of West Leland avenue; thence east along 
the said center line of said West Leland 
avenue to the center of Milwaukee ave- 
nue ; thence directly east therefrom to the 
south line of the Chicago and Northwest- 
ern Railway Company right of way; 
thence southeasterly along said south line 
of said Chicago and North Western Rail- 
way Company right of way to the west 
line of Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul 
Railway Company right of way, afore- 
said; thence southeasterly along the west 
line of said Chicago, Milwaukee and St. 
Paul Railway Company right gf way to 
the place of beginning. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in 
full force and effect from and after its 
passage. 

W. P. Dunn, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same committee, to whom was re- 
ferred a protest against the establish- 
ment of a prohibition district in the ter- 
ritory bounded by Lake Shore Drive, 
Dearborn avenue, Oak street, and Maple 
and Cedar streets, submitted a report 
recommending that the same be placed 
on file. 

Aid. Dunn moved to concur in the re- 
port. 

The motion prevailed. 



STREETS AND ALLEYS, NORTH 
DIVISION. 

The Committee on Streets and Alleys, 
North Division, submitted the following 



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report, which was, on motion of Aid. Sul- 
livan, deferred and ordered published : 

Chicago, October 19, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Streets and Alleys, 
North Division, to whom was referred an 
ordinance granting permission to the 
Chicago Wood and Coal Co. to lay down 
and operate switch track, having had the 
same under advisement, beg leave to re- 
port and recommend that the ordinance 
be passed with compensation as fixed by 
the Committee on Compensation. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That permission and au- 
thority be and they hereby are granted 
to the Chicago Wood & Coal Co., its suc- 
cessors and assigns, to lay down, con- 
struct, maintain and operate a single 
railroad switch track from a connectior. 
with the existing track or the Chicago, 
Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad Com- 
pany, in Hawthorne street, at a point 
approximately 60 feet soutli of Division 
street, and shown and located on the 
plat hereto attached by the letter "A," 
thence in a southwesterly direction on a 
uniform curve along and across the west 
line of said Hawthorne street at a point 
approximately 150 feet south of Division 
street and indicated and located upon the 
said plat by the letter "B." 

The permission hereby granted shall 
be and continue for and during the period 
of ten years from and after *the passage 
of this ordinance. The location of said 
proposed switch track is more particular- 
ly shown in yellow lines upon the blue 
print hereto attached and made a part 
hereof. 

Section 2. The permission and author- 
ity hereby granted may be revoked by 
the Mayor at any time in his discretion; 
whereupon this ordinance shall become 
null and void. This ordinance shall be 
subject to modification, amendment or 
repeal at any time, and in case of repeal 



all privileges hereby granted shall there- 
upon cease and determine. 

Section 3. During the life of this or- 
dinance the grantee herein shall keep 
such portions of said street as is occu- 
pied by said switch track in good condi- 
tion and repair and safe for public travel, 
to the satisfaction and approval of the 
Commissioner of Public Works. 

At the termination of the rights and 
privileges herein granted, by expiration of 
time or otherwise, said grantee shall re- 
move said switch track and all appur- 
tenances thereto and shall forthwith re- 
store the portions • of said street occu- 
pied by said switch track to a condition 
safe for public travel, similar to the re- 
maining portions of said street in the 
same block, to the satisfaction and ap- 
proval of the Commissioner of Public 
Works. 

Section 4. The operation and mainte- 
nance of the switch track herein provided 
for shall be subject to all existing ordi- 
nances of the City of Chicago now in 
force or which may hereafter be in force, 
relating to the use and operating of 
switch tracks, and railway tracks; and 
the construction and maintenance there- 
of shall be under the supervision and to 
the satisfaction of the Commissioner of 
Public Works. 

Section 5. In consideration of the 
privileges herein granted, the said gran- 
tee shall pay to the City of Chicago the 
sum of seventy-five ($75.00) dollars per 
annum in advance each and every year 
during the life of this ordinance, the first 
payment to be made as of the date of 
the passage of this ordinance, and each 
succeeding payment annually thereafter. 

It is, hereby made an express provision 
of this ordinance that the privileges here- 
in granted shall terminate and this ordi- 
nance become null and void if the said 
grantee or its assigns fails to promptly 
pay any installment of said compensa- 
tion. 

Section 6. The permission and au- 



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thority herein granted are upon the ex- 
press condition that said grantee, will 
within thirty (30) days after the date, 
of the passage of this ordinance, file 
^vith the City Clerk of the City of Chi- 
cago, a bond in the penal sum of ten thou- 
sand ($10,000.00) dollars with sureties 
to be approved by the Mayor, conditioned 
upon the faithful observance and per- 
formance of all and singular the condi- 
tions and provisions of this ordinance, 
and conditioned further to indemnify, 
save and keep harmless, the City of Chi- 
cago from any and all loss, damage, ex- 
pense, cost or liability of any kind what- 
soever that may be suffered by said City 
of Chicago, or which may accrue against 
or be charged to or recovered from said 
City of Chicago for, or by reason or on 
account of the passage of this ordi- 
nance, or for or by reason or on 
account of any act or thing done by said 
grantee herein, by virtue of the authority 
herein given. Said bond shall be kept in 
force throughout the life of this ordi- 
nance, and if at any time during the life 
of this ordinance such bond shall not be 
in full force, then the privileges herein 
granted shall thereupon cease. 

Section 7. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage and approval; provided, that 
within thirty (30) days from the date of 
its passage the said Chicago Wood & 
Coal Co., its successors and assigns, shall 
file with the City Clerk of the City of 
Chicago its written acceptance of this 
ordinance, and a bond as herein provided. 
John H. Sullivan, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same committee, to whom was re- 
ferred an ordinance granting permission 
to Spaulding & Merrick to lay down and 
maintain an electric wire under Michi- 
gan street, submitted a report recom- 
mending that the same be placed on file. 

Aid. Sullivan moved to concur in the 
report. 

The motion prevailed. 



STREETS AND ALLEYS, SOUTH 
DIVISION. 

The Committee on Streets and Alleys, 
South Division; submitted the following 
report, which was, on motion of Aid. Bihl, 
deferred and ordered published: 

Chicago, October 22, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Streets and Alleys, 
South Division, to whom was referred 
ordinance granting Ford & Johnson per- 
mission to maintain bulkhead, having had 
the same under advisement, beg leave to 
report and recommend the passage of the 
ordinauce, with compensation as fixed by 
the Committee on Compensation. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That permission and au- 
thority be and are hereby granted to the 
Ford and Johnson Company to build and 
maintain a platform, or bulkhead, in the 
alley in the rear of the premises 1433, 
1435 and 1437 Wabash avenue; said plat- 
form, or bulkhead, shall not be elevated 
more than four feet above the surface of 
the alley, shall not be more than fifty 
feet in length nor more than four feet 
three inches in width. Said platform, 
or bulkhead, shall be constructed accord- 
ing to the plans approved by the Com- 
missioner of Public Works of the City 
of Chicago and in a safe and workman- 
like manner under the supervision and 
to the satisfaction of the said Commis- 
sioner. Said platform, or bulkhead, shall 
not be changed in any manner without a 
permit from the said Commissioner. 

Section 2. The permission and au- 
thority herein given shall cease and de- 
termine ten years from and after the 
passage of this ordinance or at any time 
prior thereto at the discretion of the 
Mayor. 

Section 3. At the expiration of the 
term herein granted, whether by its own 
limitations or by the action of the Mayor, 
said grantee, its successors or assigns, 



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shall immediately remove said platform, 
or bulkhead, and restore the alley to its 
proper level and a good condition, satis- 
factory to the Commissioner of Public 
Works, and all the expense thereof shall 
be borne by the grantee herein, its sue- 
cessors or assigns. 

Section 4. Said grantee shall pay to 
the City of Chicago, as compensation for 
the privilege herein granted, the sum of 
thirty-one and 88-100 ($31.88) dollars 
per annum during the time said platform, 
or bulkhead, shall be maintained, the first 
payment to be made when this ordinance 
is accepted and a similar payment to be 
made annually thereafter. 

Section 5. No work shall be done 
under authority of this ordinance until 
a permit authorizing the same shall have 
been issued by the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works, and no permit shall issue until 
the grantee herein shall execute to the 
City of Chicago a good and sufficient bond 
in the penal sum of $10,000, with sureties 
to be approved by the Mayor, conditioned 
to indemnifj^, save and keep harmless the 
said City of Chicago, from any and all 
liability, damage or expense of any kind 
whatsoever, which may be suffered by 
the said City of Chicago, or which it may 
be put to, or which may accrue against, 
be charged to or recovered from said 
city from or hf reason of the passage 
of this ordinance, or from or by reason 
of any act or thing done in or by 
authority of the permission herein given, 
and conditioned further to observe and 
perform air and singular the conditions 
and provisions of this ordinance; said 
bond and the liability of the sureties 
thereunder shall be kept in force through- 
out the life of this ordinance, and if at 
at any time during the life of this ordi- 
nance such bond shall not be in full 
force, then the privileges and authority 
herein granted shall thereupon cease. 

Section 6. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage and the filing of an acceptance 
in writing, of this ordinance by said 



grantee and the filing of the bond herein- 
provided for. 

Ernest Bihl, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was, on motion of 
Aid. Bihl, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished : 

Chicago, October 18, 1906. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Streets and Al- 
leys, South Division, to whom was re- 
ferred an order in favor of Tom Cha- 
males, to erect four lamp posts, having 
had the same under advisement, beg 
leave to report and recommend that the 
order do pass. 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to issue a permit to Tom Cha- 
males to erect and maintain four elec- 
tric light lamp posts in front of build- 
ing at Nos. 363, 365 and 367 Wabash 
avenue in accordance with plans hereto 
attached. 

Eenest Bihl, 



Chairman. 



ALSO, 



The same Committee to whom was 
referred an ordinance in favor of Chas. 
Stavi^opoulos for a stairway opening, 
an ordinance in favor of The Fair for a 
moving stairway ; and an order to rent 
a strip of land to J. Kohlhof & Son, sub- 
mitted reports recommending that the 
same be placed on file. 

Aid. Bihl moved to doncur in the re- 
ports. 

The motion prevailed. 



STREETS AND ALLEYS, WEST 
DIVISION. 

The Committee on Streets and Al- 
leys, West Division, submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was, on motion of 



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Aid. Hunter, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished : 

•Chicago, October 22, 1906. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Four Committee on Streets and Al- 
lejrs, West Division, to whom was re- 
ferred ordinance vacating part of South 
Troy street and alleys in Couch's Sub- 
division, having had the same under ad- 
visement, beg leave to report and rec- 
ommend the passage of the accompanying 
substitute ordinance, without compen- 
sation. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That that portion of South 
Troy street bounded on the south by the 
north line of West Van Buren street, 
on the east by the west line of Lot 7 of 
James Couch's Subdivision of north one- 
half (N. 1/2), south one-half (S. %), 
northwest one-quarter (N. W. 14), Sec- 
tion 13, 39, 13; on the north by the 
south line of Jackson boulevard, and 
on the west by the east line of Lot 8, 
James Couch's Subdivision of north one- 
half (N. 1/2), south one-half (S. %), 
northwest one-quarter (N. W. 1/4), Sec- 
tion 13, 39, 13; also that part of the 
first east and west 16-foot alley south 
of Jackson boulevard beginning at the 
west line of South Troy street and ex- 
tending 122.76 feet west; also that part 
of the first 16-foot alley north of West 
Van Buren street beginning with the west 
line of South Troy street and extending 
122.76 feet west, as shown in the space 
colored pink and marked "To be va- 
cated" in the attached plat, which for 
greater certainty is made a part of this 
ordinance, be and the same are hereby 
vacated and closed, provided, however, 
that if any part of the street or alleys 
so vacated shall at any time hereafter 
be used for any other than religious or 
educational purposes, then and in such 
case this ordinance shall be void, and the 
said vacation shall be for naught held; 
and provided further that the city shall 



at iill times have the right to maintain 
and operate any and all water pipes and 
sewers in said street or alleys. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage; provided, however, that the 
owner or owners of the property abutting 
upon the street and alleys hereby va- 
cated shall within thirty (30) days 
after the passage of this ordinance file 
with the Recorder of Deeds of Cook 
County, Illinois, a copy of this ordinance 
and the plat attached thereto. 

Thos. B. Hunter, 

Chairman. 



BUILDING DEPABTMENT. 

The Committee on Building Depart- 
ment, submitted the following report, 
which was, on motion of Aid. Kiley, de- 
ferred and ordered published: 

Chicago, October 18, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Building Depart- 
ment, to whom was referred an ordi- 
nance amending Sections 457 and 458 of 
the Revised Municipal Code in re. build- 
ings, having had the same under ad- 
visement, beg leave to report and rec- 
ommend that the same be passed as 
amended. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That Section 458 of the 
Revised Municipal Code of Chicago of 
1905 be and the same hereby is amended 
by adding at the end of said section 
the following: 

"Whenever any building of fireproof 
construction used wholly or in part 
for the purposes of Class VII., shall 
adjoin or be attached to a fireproof 
building, used by the same occupant, 
and having in its required intervening 
fire wall one or more openings, and 
fitted with fire doors, on each side of 
the fire wall, having self closing device 



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thereon, as approved by tlie Building 
Department, then every such opening 
shall, for all purposes, be held to be 
equivalent to and take the place of 
and be regarded as a stairway, built 
and enclosed in the manner described 
in the following section (459). But 
in no case shall there be less than one 
stairway in any such building," 

Section 2. That Section 457 of the 
Revised Municipal Gode of Chicago of 
1905 be and the same hereby is amended 
by adding at the end of said section the 
following : 

"Provided, however, that if any 
building used wholly or in part for 
the purposes of Class VII., be equip- 
ped with automatic sprinklers, and be 
connected with another building simi- 
larly used, and distant not less than 
twenty-five feet, and used by the same 
occupant, by a. fireproof bridge or 
- passageway similarly equipped, then 
each such bridge or passageway shall 
be held to be equivalent to and take 
the place of one outside stairway fire 
escape on each of the buildings so con- 
nected." 

Section 3. This ordinance shall be 
in full force and effect from and after 
its passage. 

M. P. Riley, 

Chairman. 



UNFINISHED BUSINESS PENDING 
BEFORE THE COUNCIL. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claim of Gaffney & Long, 
for unpaid vouchers, deferred and pub- 
lished October 8, 1906, page 1438. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
Was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Ooughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 



McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- . 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Grolombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 
Na'i/s — ^Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed : 
Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized and directed 
to transfer from the Finance Committee 
Fund to the credit of Special Assessment 
Warrant 18016 the sum of seventy-one 
and forty-nine one-hundredths dollars 
($71.49), in a,ccordance with his recom- 
mendation of September 17, 1906, at- 
tached hereto. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on a communication from 
the Board of Local Improvements, re- 
garding increase of salary of John 
Wolfe, deferred and published October 
8, 1906, page 1439. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Teas — Kenna, Ooughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, J'oell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns,- 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 



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The following is the order as passed: 
Ordered, That the Board of Local Im- 
provements be and it is hereby author- 
ized to increase the wages of John Wolfe, 
fourth grade engineer, from one hundred 
ten dollars ($110.00) to one hundred 
forty-five dollars ($145.00) per month, in 
accordance with its recommendation, dated 
October 5, 1906, attached hereto, and the 
Comptroller is ordered to pay the in- 
creased compensation from appropriation 
for Board of Local Improvements. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on a communication from the 
Commissioner of Public Works, regard- 
ing payment of union scale to steamfit- 
ters, deferred and published October 8, 
1906, page 1439. 

Aid. Bennettt moved to amend the or- 
der recommended by the Committee so 
that the order when amended should read 
as follows: 

"Ordered, That the Commissioner 
of Public Works be and he is hereby 
authorized to pay the union scale of 
w^ages per day to steamfitters and 
steamfitters' helpers in the city's em- 
ploy, being four and sixty-two one-hun- 
dredths dollars ($4.62) and -two and 
forty one-hundredths dollars ($2.40) 
per day, r'espectively, in accordance 
with his recommendation, attached 
hereto." 

Aid. Bennett moved to pass the order 
amended. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
as amended was passed by yeas and 
nays as follows: 

Teas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 



Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Oonnell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

ISfays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized to pay the union scale of wages per 
day to steamfitters and steamfitters' help- 
ers in the city's employ, being four and 
sixty-two one-hundredths dollars ($4.62), 
and two and forty one-hundredths dol- 
lars ($2.40) per day, respectively, in ac- 
cordance with his recommendation, at- 
tached hereto." 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claim of Arthur W. Nel- 
son for increase of wages, deferred and 
published October 8, 1906, page 1439. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Fereman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
jMcCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Grolombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Oonnell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

ISfays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized to increase the wages of A. W. Nel- 
son, clerk of the water works shop, to 
ninety-five dollars ($95.00) per month, 
in accordance with the recommendations 



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of the Superintendent, Assistant Engi- 
neer and City Engineer in charge, at 
tached hereto, and the Comptroller is 
ordered to pay the increased compensa- 
tion from appropriations for water works 
shops. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on a communication from the 
Commissioner of Public Works, in re- 
lation to the sanitary condition of the 
City Hall, deferred and published Octo- 
ber 8, 1906, page 1440. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Ctillerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Oonnell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized to repair the system of sewers under 
the City Hall without advertising, in- 
formal bids to be called from all reputa- 
ble sewer contractors, a,nd contract to be 
awarded to the lowest bidder, expendi- 
tures for the work not to exceed two 
thousand dollars ($2,000.00), and the 
Comptroller is ordered to pay the same 
from the appropriations for City Hall. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claims of Max Rondonell 
and Fred A. Augustin, for salary during 



illness, deferred land published October 
8, 1906, page 1440. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowioki, Scliermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, G-olombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Oonnell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized and directed to allow fifteen (15^ 
days' time to Max Rondonell ($44.60) 
for time lost on account of illness, and 
to allow to Fred A. Augustin twelve 
(12) days ($35.10) for time lost on ac- 
count of sickness, and the Comptroljcr 
is ordered to pay the same from the ap- 
propriation for the Bureau of Maps. 

This action is taken in accordance with 
the recommendation of the Superintend- 
ent of Maps, approved by the City 
Bridge Engineer and Commissioner of 
Public Works, attached hereto. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claims of Leslie P. Kelly 
and William Hartney, for wages during 
illness, deferred and published October 
8, 1906, page 1440. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 



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on. Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCorniic'k, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Scherma-nn, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese. Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne. Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'C'onnell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

Inlays — Br ennan — 1 . 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Board of Local Im- 
provements be and it is hereby authorized 
to issue a voucher to Leslie P. Kelly for 
wages for fourteen days during the 
month of September, time lost on ac- 
count of sickness, and to issue a voucher 
to William J. Hartney for twenty-five 
and a half days during August and Sep- 
tember, time lost on account of illness, 
and the Comptroller is ordered to pay the 
same from appropriations for the Board 
of Local Improvements. 

This action is taken in accordance with 
the . recommendation of the Board of 
Local Improvements, dated October 1, 
1906, and attached hereto. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on a petition of C. E. Ernst 
for duplicate water pipe extension cer- 
tificates, deferred and published Octo- 
ber 8, 1906, page 1441. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 



Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Willistoii, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Oonnell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

'Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized to issue duplicates of the following 
water pipe extension certificates (dated 
August 23, 1892) : 

No. 549— Leo Ernst $40.00 

No. 561— Leo Ernst 40.00 

No. 570— Leo Ernst 40.00 

No. 578— Leo Ernst 40.00 

No. 582— C. E. Ernst. 80.00 

No 612— Leo Ernst 40.00 

No. 613— Leo Ernst 80.00 

No. 615— Leo Ernst 842.50 

(the original certificates said to have 
been stolen from C. E. Ernst), upon the 
signing of a bond by said C. E. Ernst, 
satisfactory to the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works, saving the city harmless be 
cause of the issuance of the said dupli- 
cate certificates, and be it further 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized to pay 
voucher covering Water Certificate No. 
536, and for which Comptroller's re- 
ceipt is said to have been stolen from 
C. E. Ernst, without presentation of said 
receipt, and upon the signing of a bonl 
by said C. E. Ernst satisfactory to the 
City Comptroller, saving the city harm- 
less on account of said payment. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on a communication from 
the Commissioner of Public Works, re- 
lating to removal of Washington Street 
Bridge, deferred and published October 
8, 1906, page 1441. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 



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190S 



Yeas— Kenna, Ooughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Ricliert, 
MeCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Bell- 
fuss, Nowicki, Sokermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Poiwers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Eeese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Glolombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Naifs — ^Br ennan — 1 . 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized to defer the removal of the Wash- 
ington Street Bridge, in accordance with 
his request a,nd recommendation, until 
December 15, 1906, and to voucher the 
expense of such removal against the ap- 
propriation for lowering of tunnels, and 
the Comptroller is ordered to pay the 
same from the said appropriation. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claim of C. B. Anderson, 
for refund of amount paid for repairs to 
sewer, deferred and published October 8, 
1906, page 1441. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
MeCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Plahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 



Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher,, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

Nays — ^Br ennan — 1 . 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized and directed 
to pay to C. B. Anderson the sum of 
thirty-one and seventy-five one-hun- 
dredths dollars ($31.75), same to be in 
full for all claims for money expended to 
repair sewer at 1628 Oakdale avenue, and 
charge same to the Finance Committee 
Fund, appropriations 1906. 

This action is taken in accordance with 
the report of the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works, attached hereto. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett,^ 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claims of Walter F. Blake 
and Eugene T. Smith, for compensation 
for personal injuries, deferred and pub- 
lished October 8, 1906, page 1442. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
MeCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley^ 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson^ 
Herlihy, Wendling, Grolombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — ^Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby authorized to retain on 
the pay roll of the Electrical Department 
W. F. Blake and to continue him in the 
employment of the department at such 
light work as he is able to perform until 



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such time as he is able to do regular 
work, in consideration of which action 
said Walter F. Blake shall sign a release 
discharging the city from all liability 
on account of injuries received on Feb- 
ruary 2, 1905 ; and to continue Eugene T. 
Smith on the pay rolls of his department 
and employed at such light work as he is 
able to perform until such time as said 
Eugene T. Smith is able to perform his 
regular duties, in consideration of which 
action said Eugene T. Smith shall sign 
a, release discharging the city from all 
liabilities for damages on account of in- 
juries received by said Eugene T. Smith 
on August 9, 1906. 

This action is taken in accordance with 
the recommendations of the City Elec- 
trician, attached hereto. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on request of the Corpora- 
tion Counsel for additional appropria- 
tion, deferred and published October 15, 
1906, page 1486. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Bichert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman Zimmer, Uhlir, Biley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki^ Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Beinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

2Va2/s — ^Brennan — 1 . 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Corporation Counsel 
be and he is hereby authorized and di- 
rected to expend in addition to the ap- 
propriations heretofore made for his de- 



partment, the sum of twenty-five thou- 
sand dollars, for the purpose of mak- 
ing a campaign to collect taxes due the 
city, and to investigate capital stock as- 
sessments and franchises and property 
taxes as permitted by the laws of the 
State of Illinois, in accordance with his 
request of October 8, 1906, attached 
hereto, and the Comptroller is ordered 
to pay the same from Miscellaneous Re- 
ceipts for the year 1906. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on request of the Commis- 
sioner of Public Works for an additional 
appropriation of fifty thousand dollars 
($50,000.00) for repairs and maintenance 
of bridges and viaducts, deferred and 
published October 15, 1906, page 1486. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, i^'ick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil" 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

Natfs — ^Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized to expend, in addition to the ap- 
propriations heretofore made for that 
purpose, the sum of fifty thousand dol- 
lars ($50,000.00) for repairs and main- 
tenance of bridges and viaducts, in ac- 
cordance with his request of October 12, 
1906, attached hereto, and the Comp- 



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troller is ordered to pay the same from 
Miscellaneous Receipts for the year 1906. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on an order directing the 
Commissioner of Health to contract for 
the operation of night soil reduction 
plant for the balance of the year 1906, 
(recommendation of the Commissioner of 
Health attached hereto), deferred and 
published October 15, 1906, page 1487. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yea^— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Cbnlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Grolombiewski, Bums, 
Bradley, O'Oonnell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

"Nays — ^Brennan — 1 . 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Health be and he is hereby directed to 
make and enter into a contract for the 
furnishing of all fuel and for the main- 
tenance and operation of the city night 
soil reduction plant at Kedzie avenue and 
35th street for the balance of the pres- 
ent fiscal year, and the same to do. with- 
out advertising, providing such contract 
does not exceed five hundred dollars 
($500.00) for the balance of the year. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on a communication from the 
Commissioner of Health, requesting au- 
thority for the appointment of an in- 
spector, to take charge of the night soil 



reduction plant, deferred and published 
October 15, 1906, page 1487. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the. 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Sohermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

'Nays — ^Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Health be and he is hereby authorized 
to appoint an inspector to take charge 
of the night soil reduction plant at a 
salary not to exceed. one hundred twenty- 
five dollars ($125.00) per month, the 
work of said inspector to be confined 
entirely to the unsewered portions of 
the city, and relating to the disposition 
of night soil in the various districts of 
the city, and the Comptroller is ordered 
to pay the salary of said employe from 
the Miscellaneous Receipts for the year 
1906. 

This action is taken in accordance 
with the request of the Commissioner of 
Health, dated September 13, 1906, and 
attached hereto. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on a request of the General 
Superintendent of Police for transfer of 
appropriations, deferred and published 
October 15, 1906, page 1487. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 



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The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yca.s — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Gonnell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — ^Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized to make the 
following transfers in the appropriations 
for the police department, in accordance 
with the request of the General Super- 
intendent of Police, dated October 5, 1906, 
and attached hereto: 

From Fund G, salaries 
of patrolmen $100,000.00 

From Fund E, salaries 
of patrol sergeants. . . . 1,500.00 

From Fund F, salaries 

of desk sergeants 1,500.00 

From Fund T, salaries 

of detective sergeants. . 2,000.00 
to appropriations for Miscellaneous Re- 
ceipts. And 

From Fund E to Fund 
M, salaries of drivers. . $10,000.00 

From Fund E to Fund 

V, salaries of operators 7,000.00 

From Fund E to Fund 
S, salaries of Detective 
Bureau 1,500.00 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claim of Burke & Dono- 
hue, for extras, deferred and published 
October 15, 1906, page 1488. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 



The motion prevailed, a,nd the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nai/s — ^Brennan — 1 . 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby au- 
thorized and directed to issue a voucher 
in favor of Burke & Donohue in the 
amount of thirteen hundred forty-two 
dollars ($1342.00), same being in full of 
claims for extras in constructing a sewer 
in 57th street, connecting with and emp- 
tying into the intercepting sewer in 
Jackson Park avenue, thence to Cottage 
Grove avenue and in Cottage Grove ave- 
nue to 56th street to a connection with 
the sewer in 56tih street, and the Comp- 
troller is ordered to pay the same from 
the Water Fund. 

This action is taken in accordance with 
the recommendation of the Engineer of 
the Board of Local Improvements, dated 
July 10, 1906, and the recommendation 
of the Board of Local Improvements, 
dated September 22, 1906, attached here- 
to. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claims of John De Witt 
and S. A. Hutchinson, for refund of dog 
licenses; Peter Peterson, for refund of 
milk license; Matkin Bros., for refund 
of drug store license, and R. Hirschberg, 
for refund of gunpowder license, deferred 



October 22, 



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and published October 15, 1906, page 

1488. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith, al- 
lowing the claim of John De Witt, 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller 
be and he is hereby authorized to pay 
to John De Witt the sum of two dollars 
($2.00), same being refund on account of 
dog license No. 59046, taken out in error, 
license No. 46400 having been issued for 
the same dog, and charge same to the 
Finance Committee Fund, appropriations 
1906. 

Aid. Bennett moved to pass the order 
accompanying the report, allowing the 
claim of S. A. Hutchinson. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller 
be and he is hereby authorized and di- 
rected to pay to S. A. Hutchinson the 
sum of two dollars ($2.00), same being 
refund on account of dog license No. 
26054, taken out in error, license No. 
59111 having been issued for the same 
dog, and charge same to the Finance 
Committee Fund, appropriations 1906. 

Aid. Bennett moved to pass the order 
accompanying the report, allowing the 
claim of Peter Peterson. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller 
be and he is hereby authorized and di- 
rected to pay to Peter Peterson the sum 
of ten dollars ($10.00), same being 
amount paid for milk dealers' license No. 
122, taken out instead of milk wagon 
license, license No. 1605 for milk wagon 
being subsequently issued to the same 
person, and charge same to the Finance 
Committee Fund, appropriations 1906. 

Aid. Bennett moved to pass the order 



accompanying the report, allowing the 
claim of Matkin Bros. 
The motion prevailed. 
The following is the order as passed: 
Ordered, That the City Comptroller 
be and he is hereby authorized and di- 
rected to pay to Matkin Bros, the sum 
of five dollars ($5.00), same being re- 
fund of amount paid for drug store li- 
cense No. 615, taken out in error, li- 
cense No. 558 having been previously 
issued for the same store, and charge 
same to the Finance Committee Fund, 
appropriations 1906. 

Aid. Bennett moved to pass the order 
accompanying the report, allowing the 
claim of P. Hirschberg. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller 
be and he is hereby authorized and di- 
rected to pay to P. Hirschberg the sum 
of fifteen dollars ($15.00), same being 
amount recommended to be refunded by 
the City Collector on gunpowder license 
No. 11, which was taken out in error to 
cover the sale of cartridges only, (said 
amount being the difference in cost be- 
tween a cartridge license and a gunpow- 
der license), and charge same to the 
Finance Committee Fund, appropriations 
1906. 

This action is taken upon the several 
recommendations of the Collector, at- 
tached hereto. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claim of A. F. Hussan- 
der for issuance of duplicate water pipe 
certificate, deferred and published Oc- 
tober 15, 1906, page 1489. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in tl.»c 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 



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i/,ed to issue a Avat^r pipe certificate of 
deposit to A. F. Hussander, same to be 
dated June 8, 1894, and to contain the 
conditions of certij&cates of a similar 
natui*© issued at that time and to be in 
the sum of $191.47, upon presentation of 
original receipt issued at the time said 
deposit was made. 

This action is taken in accordance with 
the report of the City Comptroller that 
this amount is oustanding on the records 
of his office and with no record of the 
issuance of any certificate, and the report 
of the Superintendent of Water Pipe 
Extension, both attached hereto. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claim of Robert Knight, 
for wages, deferred and published Octo- 
ber 15, 1906, page 1489. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
MeCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, jSTowicki, Sohermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell^ Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Oolombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Buildings be and he is hereby authorized 
to issue a voucher to Robert Knight in 
the sum of twenty-nine and sixty-seven 
one-hundredths dollaxs ($29.67), same 
being amount of wages withheld from 
said Robert Knight during the month of 
May, while under suspension, an investi- 
gation of the charges made against him 



proving that the charges were without 
foundation, and the Comptroller is or- 
dered to pay the same from the appro- 
priations for salaries for the Depart- 
ment of Buildings. 

This action is taken in accordance with 
the recommendation of the Commissioner 
of Buildings attached hereto. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Dever, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Judiciary on an ordinance regulating 
bill boards, deferred and published Octo- 
ber 1, 1906, page 1386. 

Aid. Dever presented an ordinance con- 
cerning bill boards and moved that it be 
substituted for the ordinance recom- 
mended by the Committee, and that it 
be made a special order of business for 
the next regular meeting of the Council 
at 8:35 o'clock P. M. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the substitute ordi- 
nance : 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That Article XXIIL, of 
the Revised Municipal Code of Chicago 
of 1905, passed March 20, 1905, be and 
the same is hereby amended so that 
said Article shall hereafter read as fol- 
lows : 

"ARTICLE XXIIL 

BILLBOARDS, SIGNBOARDS AND WOODEN 
FENCES. 

705. Billboards or signboards on 
Buildings.) Every billboard or sign- 
board of greater height than two 
feet and placed on any building shall 
be made wholly of incombustible ma- 
terial and shall be securely anchored 
and fastened in a manner satisfactory 
to and approved by the Commissioner 
of Buildings. 

No billboard or signboard an- 
chored to, fastened to, or situated 
above or upon the roof of any build- 
ing shall be placed within three feet of 
the inner plane of the outer wall of such 



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building; or be constructed so that the 
bottom of such billboard or signboard 
shall be less than one foot or more than 
three feet above the surface of such 
roof, and no such billboard or sign- 
board shall exceed ten feet in height 
or be more than one hundred square 
feet in superficial area. 

No billboard or signboard shall be an- 
chored to, fastened to or situated above 
pr upon the roof of any building more 
than two (2) stories in height ; and no 
billboard or signboard shall be 'anchored 
to, fastened to or situated above or upon 
the roof of any building having other 
than a flat roof. 

..No billboard or signboard such as 
is described in this section, whether 
anchored to or fastened to any build- 
ing or situated or located upon the 
roof thereof, shall be constructed and 
put in place unless in accordance with 
plans and specifications Avhich have 
been submitted to and approved by 
the Commissioner of Buildings. 

Billboards or signboards made of 
combustible material and attached to 
buildings shall not be of greater height 
than two feet and shall be erected, 
constructed and maintained in a man- 
ner satisfactory to and approved by 
the Commissioner of Buildings. 

706. Size and Construction of 
Billboards and Signboards Erected 
within Fire Limits.) No billboards 
or signboards erected within the fire 
limits as now defined or as they may 
hereafter be defined by ordinances of 
the City (other than signboards and 
billboards referred to in Section 705 
hereof) .shall be constructed at a great- 
er height than twelve (12) feet, 
and shall be constructed of tin or 
galvanized iron or some other equally 
incombustible material. All such bill- 
boards or signboards shall be securely 
anchored or fastened so as to be safe 
and substantial. 

707. Height and Distance from 



1906 

Ground of Billboard or Signboard 
Erected Avithin Fire Limits.) No bill- 
board or signboard (other than those 
referred to in Section 705 hereof) 
shall be constructed within the fire 
limits at a greater height than fourteen 
(14) feet above the level of the adjoin- 
ing street, and the base of the billboard 
or signboard shall be in all cases at 
least two feet above the level of the ad- 
joining street unless the surface of 
•the ground upon which such billboard 
or signboard is erected is above the 
grade of the adjoining street, in which 
case the base of such billboard or sign- 
board shall be not less than two feet 
above the surface of the ground. In 
case the grade of the adjoining street 
or streets has not been established, no 
such billboard or signboard shall be 
constructed at a greater height than 
fourteen (14) feet above the surface of 
the ground upon which such billboard 
or signboard is erected. 

708. Wooden Billboards or Sign- 
boards — Construction — Size. ) Bill- 
boards or signboards not exceeding 
twelve square feet in area may be 
built of wood or other combustible 
material, and such billboards or sign- 
boards shall be exempted from the 
provisions of this Article. 

708 a. Billboards or Signboards 
Erected Outside of Fire Limits-Oon- 
struction— Size.) All billboards or 
signboards erected outside of the fire 
limits as now defined or as they may 
hereafter be defined by the ordinances 
of the City (other than those re- 
ferred to in Section 705 hereof), shall 
comply with the following conditions: 
If such billboard or signboard be 
, erected or located so that no part 
thereof is nearer than twenty-five 
feet to any building, wooden fence, or 
other structure, such billboard or 
signboard may be constructed oi wood 
or other combustible material, but 
shall not exceed twelve feet in height 
and shall be so constructed that ther( 



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shall be a clear space of not less than 
two feet or more than six feet be- 
tween the bottom of such billboard 
or signboard and the surface of the 
ground upon which such billboard or 
signboard is erected. If any part of 
such billboard or signboard shall be 
within twenty-five feet of any build- 
ing, wooden fence, or other struc- 
ture, the size and construction 
of such billboard or signboard 
shall be limited as is provided in Sec- 
tion 706 for billboards or signboards 
erected within the fire limits. All 
billboards or signboards erected out- 
side of the fire limits as provided for 
in this Section shall be securely an- 
chored or fastened so aS to be safe 
and substantial. 

709. No Billboard or Signboard 
Shall Be Erected Without Permit.) 
No billboard or signboard such as is 
described in this article shall be erect- 
ed, constructed, or maintained with- 
in the City unless a permit shall 
first have been secured by the person 
desiring to erect, construct, or main- 
tain such billboard or signboard, trom 
the Commissioner of Buildings, to 
whom application for such permit 
shall be made; and such application 
shall be accompanied by such plans 
and specifications of the proposed bill- 
board or signboard as are necessary 
to fully advise and acquaint the said 
Commissioner with the construction of 
such proposed billboard or signboard. 
If the plans and specifications ac- 
companying such application shall be 
in accordance with the provisions of 
this article said Commissioner shall 
thereupon issue a permit for the erec- 
tion or construction of such billboard 
or signboard, upon the payment by 
the applicant of a fee as hereinafter 
fixed; provided, however, that none of 
the provisions of this article shall apply 
to or affect any billboard erected upon 
land abutting the right-of-way of any 
railroad where such billboard does not 
front upon a public highway, and is 



situated more than one hundred feet 
from any building. 

710. Alteration and Repair of 
Billboards And Signboards.) No ma- 
terial alteration or repair of any bill- 
board or signboard shall be made ex- 
cept upon a written permit issued by 
the Commissioner of Buildings au- 
thorizing such alteration or repair ; and 
such permit shall be issued upon ap- 
plication in writing made to such 
Commissioner by the owner of such 
billboard or signboard or by the per- 
son in charge, possession, or control 
thereof, accompanied by a plan or 
statement of the proposed alterations 
and repairs to be made; which, if 
satisfactory to and approved by the 
Commissioner of Buildings, shall au- 
thorize such applicant to receive a 
permit upon payment of a fee there- 
for as hereinafter fixed, but such al- 
teration shall not be construed to ap- 
ply to the changing of any advertis- 
ing matter of any billboard or sign- 
board. 

711. Billboards Now Existing To 
Be Altered To Comply With The Pro- 
visions Of This Article.) Every now 
existing billboard or signboard, wheth- 
er erected upon or above the roof of 
any building or , attached or fastened 
to the wall or walls of any building, 
or standing upon or erected upon any 
lot or premises, which is now erected 
or which is now maintained contrary 
to the provisions of this article, shall 
be forthwith removed or altered, 
changed, or cut down so as to fully 
comply with such provisions; and any 
billboard or signboard now existing 
and not complying with the provisions 
of this article which shall not have 
been removed or torn down or so 
altered and changed within sixty days 
from and after the passage of this 
ordinance as to be brought into con- 
formity with the provisions of this 
article by the owner thereof or by the 
person in charge, possession, or con- 
trol thereof, shall be torn down by 



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the Commissioner of Buildings and 
the cost and expense of tearing down 
such billboard or signboard shall be 
charged to the owner of such bill- 
board or signboard or the person in 
charge, possession, or control thereof, 
and shall be recovered from such per- 
son for the use of the City by any 
appropriate proceeding therefor. 

712. Duty of Commissioner — 
Owner's Name to be placed on top of 
Billboard.) It shall be the duty of 
the Commissioner of Buildings to in- 
spect all plans and specifications sub- 
.mitted in connection with the erection 
or construction or the alteration or 
repair of any billboard or signboard 
and to approve same if the method of 
construction and provisions made for 
fastening, securing, anchoring, and 
maintaining such billboards or sign- 
boards are such as will serve to protect 
the public and to render such bill- 
boards or signboards safe ana sub- 
stantial. It is further made the duty 
of the Commissioner of Buildings to 
exercise a supervision over all bill- 
boards and signboards erected or 
being maintained under the provisions 
of this article; and whenever it shall 
appear to said Commissioner that any 
such billboard or signboard has been 
erected in violation of this ordinance 
or is in an unsafe condition or has be- 
come unstable or insecure or in such 
a condition as to be a menace 
to the safety of. the public, he 
shall thereupon issue or cause to 
be issued a notice in writing to 
the owner of such billboard or sign- 
board or the person in charge, pos- 
session, or control thereof, if the 
whereabouts of such person is known, 
informing such person of the viola- 
tion of this ordinance and the condition 
of such billboard or signboard and 
directing him to make such altera- 
tions or repairs thereto or to do such 
acts or things as are necessary or ad- 
visable to place such billboard or 
signboard in a safe, substantial, and 



secure condition. If the person so 
notified shall refuse, fail, or neglect 
to comply with and conform to the 
requirements of such notice, said 
Commissioner shall tear down or cause 
to be torn down such billboard or 
signboard and shall charge the ex- 
pense of such tearing down to the 
person so notified. If the owner of 
such billboard or signboard or the 
person in charge, possession, or con- 
trol thereof cannot be found or his 
whereabouts is not easily ascertained, 
the Commissioner shall attach or cause 
to be attached to such billboard or ' 
signboard a notice of the same import 
as that required to be sent to the 
owner where such owner is known; 
and if such billboard or signboard 
shall not have been made to conform 
to this ordinance and placed in a 
secure, safe, and substantial condi- 
tion, in accordance with the require- 
ments of such notice, within thirty 
days after such notice shall have been 
attached to such billboard or sign- 
board, it shall be the duty of the 
Commissioner of Buildings to there- 
upon order such billboard or signboard 
torn down. No permit shall be issued 
to any applicant for permission to 
erect a billboard or signboard unless 
such applicant shall agree to place 
and maintain on the top of such bill- 
board or signboard the name of the 
person or corporation owning same or 
who is in charge, possession, or con- 
trol thereof. It shall be the duty of 
the Commissioner of Buildings to see 
to it that the name of the person or 
corporation owning or in possession, 
charge, or control of such billboard or 
signboard is placed upon such bill- 
board or signboard forthwith upon the 
erection thereof and is kept thereon at 
all times while such billboard or sign- 
board is maintained. 

713. Fees for Permits.) The fee 
to be charged for permits issued for 
the erection or construction of bill- 



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boards or signboards or for the alter- 
ation or repair thereof shall be two 
dollars ($2.00) for each billboard or 
signboard. 

714. Penalty.) Any person or 
corporation OAvning, operating, main- 
taining, or in charge, possession, or 
control of any billboard or signboard 
within the City, who shall neglect or 
refuse to comply with the provisions 
of this article, or who erects, con- 
structs, or maintains any billboard or 
signboard that does not comply with 
the provisions of this article. Shall be 
fined not less than twenty-five dol- 
lars nor more than two hundred dol- 
lars for each offense; and each day 
on whicn any such person shall per- 
mit or allow any billboard or sign- 
board owned, operated, maintained, or 
controlled by him to be erected, con- 
structed, or maintained in violation 
of any of the provisions of this ar- 
ticle shall constitute a separate and 
distinct offense. 

715. Fences — Height of.) No 
wooden fences shall be constructed of 
greater height than eight feet above 
the sidewalk grade or eight feet above 
the surface of the ground where no 
grade is established." 

SECTioisr 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after 
January 1, 1907. • 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Dever, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Judiciary on an ordinance amending 
Section 1927 of the Revised Municipal 
Code in re eight -hour day for city em- 
ployes, deferred and published October 15, 
1906, page 1490. 

Aid. Dever moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas ana nays as 
follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 



nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bibl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 



AN ORDINANCE 

Amending Section 1927 of the Revised 
Municipal Code of Chicago of 1905. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 
Section 1. That Section 1927 of the 

Revised Municipal Code of Chicago of 

1905 be and the same is hereby amended 

so as to read as follows: 

"1927. Eight Hours— City Em- 
ployes.) Eight hours of labor be- 
tween eight o'clock A. M. and five 
o'clock P. M. shall be and constitute 
a legal day's work for all employes 
performing manual labor for the city. 
The provisions of this section shall not 
be construed to apply to or govern 
the police or fire departments, or any 
department or workshop where con- 
stant operation is necessary; provided, 
however, that in all cases of necessity 
or emergency, superintendents, fore- 
men or others in authority are hereby 
authorized to work their employes such 
number of hours as such necessity or 
emergency may require. But for all 
labor performed in excess of eight 
hours in any one day such laborer 
or employe shall be entitled to and 
shall receive pay at the rate of time 
and one-half for all such labor per- 
formed, except in those employments 
where there is an established scale of 
wages and hours which is usually and 
customarily paid for such excess time 



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by employers generally within the city 
for like services, in which event such 
labor in excess of eight hours in one 
day shall be paid for according to the 
wage scale, hours and conditions so es- 
tablished. 
Section 2. This ordinance shall take 

effect and be in force from and after its 

passage and approval. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Dever, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Judiciary on communications and or- 
dinance in re news stands at corners, de- 
ferred and published October 8, 1906, page 
1442. 

Aid. Dever moved that the report and 
ordinance be recommitted to the Com- 
mitte on Judiciary. 

The motion prevailed. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Dever, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Judiciary on an ordinance amending Sec- 
tions 2466, 2472, 2478 and 2483 of the 
Revised Municipal Code in re weights and 
measures, deferred and published October 
8, 1906, page 1443. 

Aid. CuUerton moved to defer consider- 
ation thereon one week. 
The motion prevailed. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Dever, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Judiciary on an ordinance amending Sec- 
tion 1151 of the Revised Municipal Code, 
in re weighing of ice, deferred and pub- 
lished October 8, 1906, page 1445. 

Aid. Dever moved to concur in the re- 
port- and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fiek, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 



Conlon, Powers, Bowder, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Oolombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 
Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed: 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: „ 

Section 1. That Section 1151 of the 
Revised Municipal Code of Chicago of 
1905 be amended so as to read as fol- 
lows : 

"1151. Weighing of Ice When Sold 
—Weight To Be Sold By.) Every 
person or corporation selling ice or of- 
fering ice for sale shall at the time of 
delivery of any ice sold weigh the 
quantity of ice delivered, and for that 
purpose shall be provided with a steel- 
yard balance or other apparatus for 
weighing such ice, which sha;ll have 
been duly adjusted and sealed by the 
inspector of weights and measures in 
accordance with the provisions of this 
ordinance; and all ice sold within the 
city shall be sold by avoirdupois weight 
unless it is otherwise specially agreed 
upon between the buyer and seller. 

Any person or corporation selling or 
offering for sale ice within the city, '"^r 
delivering ice to any person within the 
city, Avho shall violate any of the pro- 
visions of this section, shall be fined 
not less than five nor more than fifty 
dollars for each offense." 
Section 2. This ordinance shall be in 
full force and effect from and after its 
passage. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Dever, 
presented the report. of the Committee on 
Judiciary on an ordinance amending Sec- 
tion 741 of the Revised Municipal Code, 
in re penalty for giving short weight 
coal, deferred and published October 8, 
1906, page 1445. 



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Aid. Dever moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas— Kermsi, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
MeCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
CuUerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, WilUston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, SieAvert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bibl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
Nays — Br ennan — 1 . 
The following is the ordinance as 

passed: Aj 

AN ORDINANCE \J "^ 

Amending Section 741 of Chapter XVI. of 
an ordinance entitled the Revised 
Municipal Code of Chicago of 1905. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That Section 741 of Chap- 
ter XVI. of an ordinance entitled the 
Revised Municipal Code of Chicago, 
passed March 20, 1905, be and the same 
is hereby amended to read as follows: 
"741. Penalty.) Any person vio- 
lating any of the provisions of this 
chapter, or who shall deliver to any 
purchaser a less quantity than two 
thousand pounds of coal for each ton 
purchased (or a proportionate amount 
for any part of a ton), or who shall 
practice any fraud or deceit in the sale 
or delivery of any coal purchased, to be 
delivered in said, city as aforesaid, shall 
be fined not less than twenty-five dol- 
lars, nor more than two hundred dollars 
for each offense." 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after 
Its passage and publication. ^ 



The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Dever, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Judiciary on an ordinance amending Sec- 
tion 2030 of the Revised Municipal Code, 
in re licensing and regulating second- 
hand dealers, deferred and published Oc- 
tober 8, 1906, page 1446. 

Aid. Coughlin moved to defer consider- 
ation thereon. 

The motion prevailed. 
The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Zimmer, 
presented the report oi the Committee on 
Schools on an ordinance for vacation of 
alley in connection with the Goudy School 
premises, deferred and published October 
8, 1906, page 1447. 

Aid. Zimmer moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas— Kenndi, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
MeCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, WilUston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
Nays — Brennan — 1 . 
The following is the ordinance as 



Whereas, The Board of Education of 
the City of Chicago has acquired title 
to Lots 4 to 20, both inclusive, east 20 
feet of Lot 21 and east 95.04 feet to B. 
R. De Young's Sub., etc., in Mt. Pleas- 
ant, a subdivision in south one-half, 
southeast one-quarter, northeast one- 
quarter, Section 7-40-14; also east 13.74 
feet of the north 133.32 feet in Block 
38, and the west 23.76 feet of the north 
133.32 feet in Block 39; also west 37.5 



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feet of the east 51.24 feet of the north 
133.32 feet in Block 38; also west 25 
feet of the east 76.24 feet of the north 
133.32 feet hi Block 38; also west 25.16 
feet of east 101.4 feet of north 133.32 
feet in Block 38, in the City of Chicago, 
County of Cook and State of Illinois, 
which said lots are intended to be used 
as the site of the W. C. Goudy School 
District ( Andersenville ) . 

Whereas, The aforesaid lots are sep- 
arated by a public alley running north 
and south from Farragut to Foster ave- 
nues and east and west between North 
Ashland avenue and North Paulina street. 

Whereas, The Board of Education has 
requested the City Council to vacate the 
said alley; now, therefore, 
Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That so much of the public 
alley aforesaid as shown on the accom- 
panying plat be and the same is hereby 
vacated; provided, however, that this 
ordinance shall not go into effect nor shall 
the vacation herein provided for become 
effective until there shall have been dedi- 
cated as a public alley and laid open to 
the public use as such, the west 16 feet 
of the aforesaid property, as shown on 
the accompanying plat, which alleys so 
vacated and dedicated are substantially 
as shown on the plat thereof attached 
hereto and made a part hereof. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force froni and after its 
passage and approval; provided that 
within sixty days after the date of the 
passage thereof there shall be filed for 
record in the office of the Recorder of 
Deeds of Cook County, Illinois, by the 
Board of Education, a deed properly exe- 
cuted and acknowledged, conveying to 
the City of Chicago, for the purpose of 
a public alley, the west 16 feet of the 
aforesaid property as shown on the ac- 
companying plat, also a plat showing the 
alleys so dedicated and vacated. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Zimmer, 



presented the report of the Committee on 
Sehaols on an ordinance for vacation of 
alley in connection with the Nobel School 
premises, deferred and published October 
8, 1906, page 1448. 

Aid. Zimmer moved to concur in the 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Eichert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowieki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever^ 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bibl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1, 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed: 

Whereas, The Board of Education of 
the City of Chicago has acquired title 
to Lots 1 to 12, both inclusive, and Lots 
37 to 48, both inclusive, Block 2, Demar- 
est & Kammerling's Grand avenue sub- 
division, north one-half, southeast one- 
quarter, northeast one-quarter, Section 
3-39-13, in the City of Chicago, County 
of Cook and State of Illinois, which said 
lots are intended to be used as the site 
of the Alfred Nobel School. 

Whereas, The aforesaid Lots 1 to 12, 
both inclusive, are separated from afore- 
said Lots 37 to 48, both inclusive,, by a 
public alley 16 feet in width, running east 
and west from North 41st avenue. 

Whereas, The Board of Education has 
requested the City Council to vacate the 
said alley; now, therfore. 
Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That so much of the afore- 



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said alley as shown on the accompany- 
ing plat be and the same is hereby va- 
cated; provided, however, that this ordi- 
nance shall not go into effect nor shall 
the vacation herein provided for become 
effective until there shall have been dedi- 
cated as a public alley and laid open to 
the public use as such, the west 16 feet 
of Lots 12 and 37, which alleys so va- 
cated and dedicated are substantially as 
shown on the plat thereof attached here- 
to and made a part hereof. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage and approval; provided that 
within sixty days after the date of the 
passage thereof there shall be filed for 
record in the office of the Recorder of 
Deeds of Cook County, Illinois, by the 
Board of Education, a deed properly 
executed and acknowledged, conveying 
to the City of Chicago, for the purpose 
of a public alley, the west 16 feet of 
Lots 12 and 37, also a plat showing the 
alleys so dedicated and vacated. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Zimmer, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Schools on an ordinance for vacation 
of alley in connection with the Tilton 
School premises, -deferred and published 
October 8, 1906, page 1448. 

Aid. Zimmer moved to concur in the 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motiono prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 



Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Na^/s — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed: 

Whereas, The Board of Education of 
the City of Chicago has acquired title 
to Lots 17 to 32, both inclusive, of the 
Resubdivision of the south one-half of 
Block 18, in West Chicago Land Co.'s 
Subdivision of the South one-half of 
Section 10-39-13, in the City of Chicago, 
County of Cook and State of Illinois, 
which said lots are intended to be used 
as the site of the New Tilton School. 

Whereas, The aforesaid Lots 17 to 
24, both inclusive, are separated from 
aforesaid Lots 25 to 32, both inclusive, 
by a public alley running east and west 
from 42d avenue. 

Whereas, The Board of Education has 
requested the City Council to vacate the 
said alley; now% therefore, 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. So much of the public alley 
aforesaid, as shown on the accompanying 
plat, be and the same is hereby vacated; 
provided, however, that this ordinance 
shall not go into effect nor shall the vaca- 
tion herein provided for become effective 
until there shall have been dedicated as a 
public alley, and laid open to the public 
use as such, the east 16 feet of Lots 17 
and 32, which alleys so vacated and dedi- 
cated are substantially as shown on the 
plat thereof attached hereto and made 
a part hereof. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage and approval; provided that 
within sixty days after the date of the 
passage thereof there shall be filed for 
record in the office of the Recorder of 
Deeds of Cook County, Illinois, by the 
Board of Education, a deed properly exe- 
cuted and acknowledged, conveying to 
the City of Chicago, for the purpose of 
a public alley, the east 16 feet of Lots 



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October 22, 

17 and 32, also a plat showing the al- 
leys so dedicated and vacated. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Zimmer, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Schools on an ordinance for vacation of 
alley in connection with the Hedges 
School premises, deferred and published 
October 8, 1906, page 1449. 

Aid. Zimmer moved to concur in the 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bejmett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
CuUerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Sehermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, WilUston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Oonnell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
"Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed : 

Whereas, The Board of Education of 
the City of Chicago has acquired title to 
Lots 1 to 23, both inclusive, in Winter's 
Re-subdivision of west one-half Block 
10, Chicago University Subdivision of 
south one-half, northeast one-quarter of 
the west three-quarters of south one-half, 
north - one-half, northeast one-quarter, 
northwest one- quarter, northwest one- 
quarter, northeast one-quarter, south- 
east one-quarter, northwest one-quarter. 
Section 7-38-14, in the City of Chicago, 
County of Cook and State of Illinois, 
which said lots are intended to be used 
as the site of the Hedges School. 

Whereas, The aforesaid Lots 1 to 5, 
both inclusive, are separated from afore- 
said Lot 6 by a public alley 16 feet in 



1906 



width, running east and west of south 
Winchester avenue. 

Whereas, The Board of Education has 
requested the City Council to vacate the 
said alley; now, therefore. 
Be it ordained ly the City Council of ihe 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That so much of the pub- 
lic alley referred to, as shown on th® ac- 
companying plat, be and the same is 
hereby vacated, as shown on the plat 
thereof attached hereto and made a part 
hereof. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage and approval; provided that 
within sixty days after the date of the 
passage thereof there shall be filed for 
record in the office of the Recorder of 
Deeds of Cook County, Illinois, by the 
Board of Education, a plat showing the 
alley vacated. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Zimmer, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Schools on an ordinance for vacation of 
alley in connection with the Seward 
School premises, deferred and published 
October 8, 1906, page 1450. 

Aid. Zimmer moved to concur in the 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 
The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
CuUerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Sehermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
A'Oi/s — Brennan — 1. 



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The folloAving is ilie ordinance as 
passed : 

Whekeas, The Board of Education of 
the City of Chicago has acquired title 
to Lots 1 to 13, both inclusive, and 37 to 
49, both inclusive, Block 2 in Schles- 
singer's Subdivision of southwest one- 
quarter, southeast one-quarter, southeast 
one-quarter, Section 6-38-14, in the City 
of Chicago, County of Cook and State of 
Illinois, which said lots are intended to be 
used as the site of the Seward School. 

Whereas, The aforesaid lots are sep- 
arated by public alleys 16 feet in width, 
as shown in the accompanying plat; 

Whereas, The Board of Education has 
requested the City Council to vacate the 
said alley; now, therefore. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That so much of the pub- 
lic alleys referred to, as shown in the ac- 
companying plat, be and the same is 
hereby vacated; provided, however, that 
this ordinance shall not go into effect nor 
shall the vacation herein provided for be- 
come effective until there shall have been 
dedicated as a public alley and laid open 
to the public use as such the south. 16 
feet of Lot 37, which alleys so vacated and 
dedicated are substantially as shown on 
the plat thereof attached hereto and made 
a part hereof. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage and approval ; provided that with- 
in sixty days after the date of the pas- 
sage thereof there shall be filed for record 
in the office of the Recorder of Deeds of 
Cook County, Illinois, by the Board of 
Education, a deed properly executed and 
acknowledged, conveying to the City of 
Chicago for the purpose of a public al- 
ley, the south 16 feet of Lot 37, also a 
plat showing the alleys so dedicated and 
vacated. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Zimmer, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Schools on an ordinance for vacation 



of alley in connection with the Sherman 
School premises, deferred and published 
October 8, 1906, page 1450. 

Aid. Zimmer moved to concur in the 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
CuUerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bibl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 



Whereas, The Board of Education of 
the City of- Chicago has acquired title to 
Lots 11 to 22 and 37 to 48, all inclusive, 
Block 1, Plowden Steven's Re-subdivision 
of Lots 1 to 10 and 31 to 37 Hinckley's 
Subdivision, of northwest one-quarter, 
■southeast one-quarter. Section 8-38-14, in 
the City of Chicago, County of Cook and 
State of Illinois, which said lots are in- 
tended to be used as Ihe site of the Sher- 
man School; 

Whereas, The aforesaid Lots 11 to 22 
and 37 to 48, all inclusive, are separated 
from aforesaid lots 30 to 48, bdth inclu- 
sive, by a public alley 16 feet in width 
running north and south between South 
Carpenter and South Morgan streets, 
north of West 52d street; 

Whereas, The Board of Education has 
requested the City Council to vacate the 
said alley; now, therefore. 
Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That so much of the pub- 



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lie alley referred to, as shown in the ac- 
companying plat he and the same is here- 
by vacated; provided, however, that this 
ordinance shall not go into effect nor 
shall the vacation herein provided for be- 
come effective until there shall have been 
dedicated as a public alley and laid open 
to the public use as such, the south J 6 
feet of Lot 37, which alleys so vacated 
and dedicated are substantially as shown 
on the plat thereof attached hereto and 
made a part hereof. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage and approval; provided, that 
within sixty days after the date of the 
passage thereof, there shall be filed for 
record in the office of the Recorder of 
Deeds of Cook County, Illinois, by the 
Board of Education, a deed properly exe- 
cuted and acknowledged, conveying to the 
City of Chicago, for the purpose of a 
public alley, the south 16 feet of Lot 37, 
also a plat showing the alleys so dedi- 
cated and vacated. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Zimmer, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Schools on request of Board of Edu- 
cation to rescind action of October 16, 
1905, in the dedication of an alley in 
connection with the Dante School site, 
deferred and published October 8, 1906, 
page 1451. 

Aid. Zimmer moved to concur in the 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 



Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed: 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the ordinance passed 
October 16th, 1905, published on pages 
1260 and 1261 of the Council Proceed- 
ings, providing for the dedication of a 
certain alley in connection with the 
Dante School premises, be and the same 
is hereby repealed. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Zimmer, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Schools on a request and ordinance for 
sale of McCowan School property, de- 
ferred and published October 8, 1906, 
page 1451. 

Aid. Zimmer presented the following 
amendments to the ordinance under cbn- 
siaeration : 

Amend said ordinance as published on 
page 1452, Council Procedings, by strik- 
ing out the words, "on the day 

of A. D. 190.." from the nine- 
teenth and twentieth lines of Section 1, 
and by inserting in lieu thereof the 
words, "in the month of January, A. D. 
1907." 

Amend said ordinance fether by strik- 
ing out the words, "On Monday, the 

day of 190.." from the 

thirty-first and thirty-second lines of Sec- 
tion 2 and by inserting in lieu thereof 
the words, "in the month of January, 
A. D. 1907." 

Amend said ordinance further by in- 
serting the word, "first" before the word, 
"regular" in the eighteenth line of Sec- 
tion 1 and in the twenty-ninth line Df 
Section 2. 



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Aid. Zimmer moved to adopt the 
amendments 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Zimmer moved to pass the ordi- 
nance as amended. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance Us amended was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conloil, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Himt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 
Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 



Whereas, The Board of Education of 
the City of Chicago has ceased to use as 
a public school the property described 
as the north 40 feet of the south 58.5 
feet of Lot five (5), in Block two (2) of 
Barnum Grove Subdivision of the west 
half of the northeast quarter of Section 
twenty-one (21), Township thirty-eight 
(38) North, Range fourteen (14), East 
of the Third Principal Meridian, situated 
in the City of Chicago, County of Cook 
and State of Illinois, known as the Me- 
Cowan School for the Deaf, and being 40 
feet frontage on Yale avenue by a depth 
of 186.9 feet north of 66th street, in said 
city; and 

Whereas, Ttte said Board of Education 
of the City of Chicago has made a writ- 
ten request of the City Council of the 
City of Chicago that the hereinbefore de- 
scribed real estate be sold; therefore 
Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 

City of Chicago-. 

Section 1. That the north 40 feet of 



the south 58.5 feet of Lot five (5), in 
Block two (2) of Barnum Grove Subdi- 
vision of the west half of the northeast 
quarter of Section twenty-one (21), 
Township thirty-eight (38) North, Range 
fourteen (14), East of the Third Prin- 
cipal Meridian, situated in the City of 
Chicago, County of Cook and State of 
Illinois, known as the McCowan School 
for the Deaf, and being 40 feet frontage 
on Yale avenue by a depth of 186.9 feet 
north of 66th street, in said city, is no 
longer necessary, appropriate or required 
for the use of said city, or profitable to, or 
its longer retention for the best interests 
of said city, and that said described prop- 
erty shall, at the first regular meeting 
of the Council, to be held in the month 
of January, A. D. 1907, be sold to the 
highest bidder for cash under and in ac- 
cordance with the statute in such case 
made and provided ; provided, the right 
is hereby specifically reserved to the City 
Council of the City of Chicago to reject 
any and all bids therefor, and no bid 
shall be considered for less than the 
sum of $3,500.00. 

Section 2. The Comptroller of the 
City of Chicago is hereby ordered and di- 
rected to forthwith publish this ordi- 
nance, including the following notice, in 
one of the daily papers of general cir- 
culation in the City of Chicago, County 
of Cook and State of Illinois, for a 
period of not less than sixty days: 

Public notice is hereby given that the 
City Council of the City of Chicago, upon 
the written request of the Board of Ed- 
ucation of the City of Chicago, proposes 
to sell to the highest bidder for cash, the 
north 40 feet of the south 58.5 feet of 
Lot five (5), in Block two (2) of Bar- 
num Grove Subdivision of the west half 
of the northeast quarter of Section twen- 
ty-one (21), Township thirty-eight (38) 
North, Range fourteen (14), East of the 
Third Principal Meridian, situated in 
the City of 'Chicago, County of Cook and 
State of Illinois, located at 6544 Yale 
avenue, in said city. Bids for the above 



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described property are hereby solicited. 
They must be sealed and deposited with 
the City Clerk of the City of Chicago, 
for submission to the City Council of 
the City of Chicago. Said bids shall be 
considered and opened at the first regular 
meeting of the City Council, to be held 
in the month of January, A. D. 1907. 
No bids shall be accepted unless up- 
on a vote of three -fourths of the 
members of the said City Council. The 
right to reject any and all bids is hereby 
specifically reserved, and no bid shall be 
considered for less than $3,500.00. A 
certified check for 5 per cent, of the 
amount of the bid shall accompany each 
bid, which shall be returned as soon aiS 
it has been determined that the bid is 
not accepted. 

Section 3. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in full force and effect from 
and aiter the date of its passage. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Zimmer, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Schools on request of Board of Education 
for additional appropriations for the com- 
pletion of Washington School, Kosciusko 
School, Jahn School Otis School, and 
school building at 113th street and Morse 
avenue, deferred and published October 
8, 1906, page 1452. 

Aid. .Zimmer moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 
Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton,. Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
l^ays — Brennan — 1. 



The following is the order as passed: 
Ordered, That the additional amounts 
shown opposite the names of schools 
hereinafter mentioned in this order, be 
and the same are hereby appropriated for 
the completion of said school buildings 
and the City Comptroller is authorized 
and directed to set aside the said amounts 
from the unappropriated balance of the 
building account for the completion of 
said schools: 

Washington School $35,000 

Kosciusko School 35,000 

Jahn School 35,000 

Otis School 20,000 

. School at 113th Street and 

Morse avenue 35,000 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Zimmer, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Schools on requests of Board of Educa- 
tion to acquire property adjacent to the 
Dante, Sherman, Seward, Hedges and 
Hamline Schools, deferred and published 
October 8, 1906, page 1453. 

Aid. Zimmer moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

l^ays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 
Ordered, That the proper officers of the 
Board of Education be and they are here- 
by authorized to acquire title, under the 
eminent domain law for the use of 



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schools, to the following described prop- 
erty: 

Lots 13, 18; 19 and 24, Block 9, School 
Section addition to Chicago, west one- 
half of southwest one-quarter, Section 
16-39-14 and Lots 17 and 18, Block 16 
(same legal description) together with 
all buildings and improvements there- 
on, being 312 feet on Ewing street by a 
depth of 119 feet between South Halsted 
and South Desplaines streets, west of 
and adjoining property now in process of 
condemnation adjacent to the Dante 
School premises. 

Lots Al and 22, Block 1, Stevens' Re- 
subdivision of Lots 1 to 10 and 31 to 37, 
Hinckley's Subdivision of the northwest 
one-quarter southeast one-quarter. Sec- 
tion 8-38-14, together with all buildings 
and improvements thereon, having a 
frontage of 50 feet on Morgan street by 
a depth of 124.8 feet south of and ad- 
joining the Sherman School premises; 
also Lots 37 to 48, both inclusive, same 
legal description as above, havin'g a 
frontage of 300 feet on Carpenter street 
by a depth of 124.8 feet west of the 
school premises, 

Lots 11, 12 and 13, Block 2, Schlesing- 
er's Subdivision, southwest one-quarter, 
southeast one-quarter, southeast one- 
quarter. Section 6-38-14, together with all 
buildings and improvements thereon, 
having a frontage of 72 feet on Hermi- 
tage avenue by a depth of 124.7 feet 
south of and adjoining the Seward School 
premises; also Lots 37, 38 and 39, same 
legal description as above, being 72 feet 
frontage on Wood street south of and 
adjoining the property in process of con- 
demnation, southeast corner 46th street. 
Sub-lots 1 to 5, both inclusive, Win- 
ter's Resubdivision, west one-half Block 
10, Chicago University Subdivision, 
south one-half, northeast one-quarter, 
etc.. Section 7-38-14, together with all 
buildings and improvements thereon, be- 
ing 124.66 feet frontage on West 47th 
street by a depth of 125 feet southeast 
corner Winchester avenue, north of the 
Hedges School. 



Lots 35 to 38, both inclusive, Kay's 
Subdivision, east one-half, northeast one- 
quarter, northwest one-quarter, northwest 
one-quarter. Section 8-38-14, being 99.25 
feet frontage on Bishop street, by a depth 
of 124.25 feet, north of and adjoining the 
Hamline School premises, together with 
all buildings and improvements thereon. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Sullivan, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, North Division, on 
an ordinance granting permission to Ar- 
mour & Company to maintain switch 
track on Hawthorne avenue, deferred and 
published October 8, 1906, page 1456. 

Aid. Sullivan moved to concur in the 
report and pass the ordinance therewith. 
The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McC'ormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 
Nai/s — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed: 

AN ORDINANCE 

Authorizing Armour & Company to main- 
tain and operate a switch track on 
Hawthorne avenue, at North Halsted 
street. 
Be it ordained ly the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That permission and au- 
thority be and they are hereby granted 
to Armour & Company, a corporation 
organized and existing under and by vir- 
tue of the laws of the State of Illinois, 



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its successors and assigns, to maintain 
and operate a railroad switch track here- 
tofore constructed and operated by said 
Armour & Company on Hawthorne ave- 
nue, from a point on the eastern track of 
the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail- 
way, which point is ten (10) feet north- 
west of the westerly line of North Hal- 
sted street and running thence in a north- 
erly direction along the easterly side of 
Hawthorne avenue, to a point opposite 
the northerly line of premises now owned 
by Jonathan 0. Armour, which line is 
one hundred eighty-three (183) feet 
northwest from the northerly corner of 
North Halsted street and Hawthorne 
avenue in said City of Chicago, as shown 
by plat thereof attached to and made 
part of this ordinance, for and during 
the period of ten (10) years from and 
after the passage of this ordinance. 

Section 2. The permission and au- 
thority hereby granted may be revoked 
• by the Mayor at any time in his discre- 
tion; whereupon this ordinance shall 
become null and void. This ordinance 
shall be subject to modification, amend- 
ment or repeal at any time, and in case 
of repeal all privileges hereby granted 
shall thereupon cease and determine. 

Section 3. During the life of this or- 
dinance the grantee herein shall keep 
such portions of said street as is occu- 
pied by said switch track in good condi- 
tion and repair and safe for public travel, 
to the satisfaction and approval of the 
•Commissioner of Public Works. 

At the termination of the rights and 
privileges herein granted, by expiration of 
time on otherwise, said grantee shall re- 
move said switch track and all appurte- 
nances thereto and shall forthwith re- 
store the portions of said street occupied 
by said switch track to a condition safe 
for public travel, similar to the remaining 
portions of said street in the same block, 
to the satisfaction and approval of the 
Commissioner of Public Works. 

Section 4. The operation and main- 
tenance of the switch track herein pro- 



vided for shall be subject to all existing 
ordinances of the City of Chicago now in 
force or which may hereafter be in force, 
relating to the use and operating of 
switch tracks and railway tracks; and 
the construction and maintenance thereof 
shall be under the supervision and to 
the satisfaction of the Commissioner of 
Public Works. 

Section 5. In consideration of the 
privileges herein granted, the said Ar- 
mour & Company shall pay to the City 
of Chicago the sum of one hundred dol- 
lars ($100.00) per annum in advance 
each and every year during the life of 
this ordinance; the first payment to be 
made at the date of the passage of 
this ordinance, and each succeeding pay- 
ment annually thereafter. 

It is hereby made an express provision 
of this ordinance that the privileges here- 
in granted shall terminate and this or- 
dinance become null and void if the said 
grantee or its assigns fail to promptly 
pay any installment of said ©ompensa- 
tion. 

Section 6. The permission and au- 
thority herein granted are upon the ex- 
press condition that said Armour & Com- 
pany, the grantee herein, will within 
ten (10) days kfter the date of the pas- 
sage of this ordinajice, file with the City 
Clerk of the City of Chicago, a bond in 
the penal sum of ten thousand dollars 
($10,000.00) with sureties to be approved 
by the Mayor, conditioned upon the faith- 
ful observance and performance of all and 
singular the conditions and provisions of 
this ordinance, and conditioned further 
to indemnify, save and keep harmless, 
the City of Chicago from any and all 
loss, damage, expense, cost or liability of 
any kind whatsoever that may be suf- 
fered by said City of Chicago, or which 
may accrue against or be charged to or 
recovered from said City of Chicago for, 
or by reason or on account of the passage 
of this ordinance, or for or by reason or 
on account of any act or thing done by 
said grantee herein, by virtue of the 



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authority herein given. Said bond shall 
be kept in force throughout the life of 
this ordinance, ajid if at any time during 
the life of this ordinance such bond shall 
not be in full force, then the privileges 
herein granted shall thereupon cease. 

Section 7. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage and approval; jjrovided, that 
within ten (10) days from the date of 
its passage said Armour & Company shall 
file with the City Clerk of the City of 
Cliicago its written acceptance of this 
ordinance, and a, bond as herein pro- 
vided. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Sullivan, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, North Division, on 
an ordinance granting Best Brewing 
Company permission to install a conduit 
under and across Fletcher street for the 
purpose of conducting electricity from 
one part of their plant to another, de- 
ferred and published October 15, 1906, 
page 1501. 

Aid. Sullivan moved to concur in the 
repo-rt and pass the ordinance therewitJi. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
:f ollows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Ridhert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bibl,^Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed: 



Be it ordained by the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That permission and au- 
thority be and they are hereby granted 
to the Best Brewing Company of Chi- 
cago, a corporation, to install, construct, 
maintain and operate a line or lines of 
electric Avires for the purpose of trans- 
mitting electricity to generate light 
under and across Fletcher street, in the 
City of Chicago, Illinois, from the build- 
ing known as No. 1051 Fletcher street 
to the warehouse known as No, 1050 
Fletcher street. The said line or lines 
of wires shall be installed, repaired and 
operated in a conduit not more than six 
(6) inches in diameter, to be constructed 
by the said Best Brewing Company under 
said street at said place in accordance 
with plans to be approved by the Com- 
missioner of Public Works, and said 
work to be done to the satisfaction of 
the Commissioner. Said line or lines of 
wires shall be operated and maintained 
only for the purpose of furnishing light 
to the premises and property of the said 
Best Brewing Company of Chicago. 

Section 2. The permission' and au- 
thority herein granted shall cease and 
determine ten (10) years from and after 
the passage of this ordinance, provided 
further that this ordinance shall be sub- 
ject to amendment or repeal at any time 
pi-ior thereto. 

Section 3. This ordinance shall not 
go into effect until the said grantee shall 
execute and deliver to the City of Chi- 
cago a written acceptance of the same, 
and also a bond to the City of Chicago 
in the penal sum of Ten Thousand 
($10,000.00) Dollars, with sureties to be 
approved by the Mayor, conditioned upon 
the observance and faithful performance 
of all and singular the conditions and 
provisions of this ordinance, and further 
conditioned to indemnify, save and keep 
harmless the City of Chicago from any 
and all loss, damage, expense, and lia- 
bility of any kind whatsoever that may 
be suffered by said City of Chicago, or 
which may accrue against, be charged to 



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or recovered from said City of Chicago 
by reason of the passage of this ordi- 
nance or by reason of any act or thing 
done by said grantee herein by virtue of 
the authority herein granted. If, at 
any time after the execution and de- 
livery of the said bond to the City of 
Chicago as aforesaid, the Mayor of said 
City of Chicago shall be of the opinion 
that the sureties upon said bond are in- 
sufficient, the said grantee shall, withm 
five (5) days after the receipt of writ- 
ten notice to that effect, execute and de- 
liver to the City of Chicago a new bond 
conditoned as aforesaid, with sureties to 
be approved by the Mayor, and in de- 
fault thereof the rights and privileges 
herein granted shall cease and determine. 
Section 4. No work of installing or 
constructing said conduit or of the in- 
stalling of wires therein shall be done 
under the authority of this ordinance 
until a permit authorizing the same shall 
be issued by the Commissioner of Public 
Works. 

Section 5. The rights herein granted 
are upon the express condition that said 
grantee, its successors and assigns, as 
compensation for the privileges conferred 
by this ordinance, pay to the City of 
Chicago within thirty (30) days after 
the passage of this ordinance the sum of 
fifteen and no one-hundredth s ($15.00) 
dollars, and an equal sum upon the 
first day of June of every year there- 
after during the life of this ordinance. 
Section 6. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after Hs 
passage and approval, provided the ac- 
ceptance hereinbefore mentioned and the 
bond hereinbefore provided for be filed 
within thirty (30) days from the pas- 
sage thereof. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Sullivan, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, North Division, on 
an ordinance granting permission to 
Sprague, Warner & Co. to lay a switch 
track, deferred and published October 15, 
1906, page 1502. 



Aid. Sullivan moved to concur in the 
report and pass the ordinance therewith. 
The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas— Kenna., Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Qolombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
Fai/s-— Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed: 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That permission and au- 
thority be, and they are hereby, given 
and granted unto Sprague, Warner & 
Company, a corporation of Chicago, Hli- 
nois, its successors and assigns, to build, 
maintain and operate a railroad switch 
track located as follows, to- wit: Com- 
mencing at a point in the west line nf 
Roberts street (as now used) marked 
"A" on the plat hereto attached, which 
is hereby made a part hereof; thence 
south in the west half of said Roberts 
street to a point marked "B" on said 
plat in the west line of said street for 
and during the period of ten (10) years 
from and after the passage of this ordi- 
nance; provided, however, said Sprague, 
Warner & Company, its successors and 
assigns may at any time remove said 
railroad switch track and all the ap- 
purtenances thereto and restore the por- 
tion of said street so occupied by said 
railroad switch track to a oonditioii safe 
for public travel, similar to the remain- 
ing portion of said street in the same 
block to the satisfaction and approval 



J 



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of the Commissioner of Public Works, 
and thereafter the revenue hereinafter 
provided for shall cease to uccrue, but 
there shall be .no rebate on any compen- 
sation paid in advance. 

Section 2. The permission and au- 
thority hereby granted may be revoked 
by the Mayor at any time in his dis- 
cretion, whereupon this ordinance shall 
become null and void. This ordinance 
shall be subject to moaification, amend- 
ment or repeal at any time, and in case 
of repeal all privileges hereby granted 
shall thereupon cease and determine. 

Section 3. During the life of this 
ordinance the grantee herein shall keep 
such portions of said street as is occu- 
pied by said switch track in good condi- 
tion and repair, safe for public travel, 
to the satisfaction and approval of the 
Commissioner of Public Works. At the 
termination of the rights and privileges 
herein granted, by expiration of time or 
otherwise, said grantee shall remove said 
switch track and all the appurtenances 
thereto, and shall forthwith restore the 
portions of said street occupied by said 
switch track to a condition safe for 
public travel, similar to the remaining 
portion of said street in the same block, 
to the satisfaction and approval of the 
Commissioner of Public Works. 

Section 4. The operation and main- 
tenance of the switch track herein pro- 
vided for shall be subject to all exist- 
ing ordinances of the City of Chicago 
now in force or which may hereafter be 
in force relating to the use and operat- 
ing of switch tracks and railway tracks; 
and the construction and maintenance 
thereof shall be under the supervision 
and to the satisfaction of the Commis- 
sioner of Public Works. No work shall 
be done in and about the construction 
of the work herein authorized, until a 
permit authorizing the beginning of such 
work shall first have been issued by the 
Commissioner of Public Works of the 
City of Chicago. 

Section 5. In consideration of the 



privileges herein granted, the said 
Sprague, Warner & Cbmpany, a corpora- 
tion, shall pay to the City of Chicago 
the sum of two hundred and twelve and 
no one-hundredths ($212.00) dollars 
per annum in advance each and every 
year during the life of this ordinance, 
the first payment to be made as of the 
date of the passage of this ordinance, 
and each, succeeding payment annually 
thereafter. It is hereby made an express 
provision of this ordinance that th;e 
privileges herein granted shall terminate 
and this ordinance become null and void 
if said grantee or its assigns shall fail 
to promptly pay any installment of said 
compensation. 

Section 6. Before doing any work 
under and by virtue of the authority 
herein granted, the said grantee shall 
execute a bond to the City of Chicago 
in the penal sum of Ten Thousand 
($10,000.00) Dollars with sureties to be 
approved by the Mayor, conditioned up- 
on the faithful observance and perform- 
ance of all and singular the conditions 
and provisions of this ordinance, and 
conditioned further to indemnify, save 
and keep harmless the City of Chicago 
from any and all loss, damage, expense, 
cost or liability of any kind whatsoever 
that may be suffered by it, the said City 
of Chicago, or which may accrue against, 
be charged to or recovered from said 
City for or by reason or on account of 
the passage of this ordinance or for or 
by reason or on account of any act or 
thing done by said grantee herein by 
virtue of the authority herein given, 
and conditioned to comply with all the 
terms and conditions of this ordinance. 
Said bond shall be kept in force through- 
out the life of this ordinance, and ii aH 
any time during the life of this ordi- 
nance such bond shall not be in full; 
force, then the privileges herein granted^ 
shall thereupon cease. 

Sectiojt 7. mi ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage and approval, provided that the 
bond hereinabove mentioned shall be 



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jaied within thirty (30) days from the 
passage hereof. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bihl, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, South Division, on an 
ordinance granting; L. T. Dickason per- 
mit to construct an elevated switch track, 
deferred and published July 2, 1906, page 
1085. 

Aid. O'Connell moved to defer consider- 
ation thereon and to make the report 
and ordinance a special order of business 
for the next regular meeting of the 
Council at 8:31 o'clock P. M. 
The motion prevailed. 
The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bihl, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, South Division, on 
a xecommendation, estimate and ordi- 
nance for improvemenc (creosoted blocks) 
Cottage Grove avenue, Oakwood boule- 
vard to 51st street, deferred October 8, 
1906, page 1454. 

Aid. Bihl moved to concur in the re- 
port, approve the estimate and pass 
the ordinance therewith.— (Kecommenda- 
tion, estimate and ordinance published 
September 24, 1906, pages 1272 to 1280, 
inclusive. ) 

The motion prevailed, 'and the estimate 
was approved and the ordinance was 
passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
^ McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss,"Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
'Nays — Brennan — 1. 
The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bihl, 



presented the report of the Committee on 
Strets and Alleys, South Division, on a 
recommendation, estimate and ordinance 
for improvement ( granite . blocks ) South 
Ashland avenue, from 39th street to 59th 
street, deferred October 8, 1906, page 
1454. 

Aid. Bihl moved to concur in the re- 
port, to approve the estimate, and pass 
the ordinance therewith.— (Recommenda- 
tion, estimate and ordinance, published 
July 9, 1906, pages 1141 to 1148,' in- 
clusive. ) 

The motion prevailed, and the estimate 
was approved and the • ordinance was 
passed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna-, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, G-olombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bibl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 
Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bihl, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, South Division, on 
an ordinance, granting authority to con- 
struct and maintain switch track, to the 
Link Belt Company, deferred and pub- 
lished October 15, 1906, page 1496. 

Aid. Bihl moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was pa,ssed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas- Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 



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fuss. Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Haline, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps. Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 
Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The folloM-ing is the ordinance as 
passed : 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That permission and au- 
thority be and they are hereby given and 
granted unto the Link-Belt Company, its 
successors and assigns, to lay down, con- 
struct, maintain and operate a single 
railroad switch track across Stewart ave- 
nue at the intersection of said avenue 
with the northerly right-of-way line of 
the Chicago Junction Railway Company, 
six hundred (600) feet more or less, 
south of Thirty-ninth street, in the City 
of Chicago, substantially as shown by 
the plat hereto attached and made a part 
hereof, upon which said track is shown 
by red lines. 

Section 2. The permission and au- 
thority herein granted shall cease and 
determine ten ( 10) years after the date of 
the passage of this ordinance, or at any 
time prior thereto upon revocation by the 
Mayor, at his discretion, whereupon this 
ordinance shall become null and void; 
and this ordinance shall at any time be- 
fore the expiration thereof be subject to 
modification, amendment, or repeal, and, 
in case of repeal, all privileges hereby 
granted shall cease and determine. 

Section 3. During the life of this 
ordinance the grantee herein shall keep 
such portions of the public highways as 
are occupied by said switch track or 
tracks in good condition and repair, safe 
for public travel, to the satisfaction and 
approval of the Commissioner of Public 
Works. At the termination of the rights 
and privileges herein granted, by expira- 
tion of time or otherwise, said grantee 



shall remove said switch tracks and ail 
the appurtenances thereto, and shall 
forthwith restore the portions of the 
public highway's occupied by said switch 
tracks to a condition safe for public 
travel, similar to the remaining portions 
of those streets in the same block, to 
the satisfaction and approval of .the 
Commissioner of Public Works. 

Section 4. The operation and main- 
tenance of the switch tracks herein pro- 
vided for shall be subject to all existing 
ordinances of the City of Chicago now in 
force or which may hereafter be in force 
relating to the use and operating of 
switch tracks and railway tracks; and 
the construction and maintenance there- 
of shall be under the supervision and to 
the satisfaction of the Commissioner of 
Public Works. .No work shall be done 
in and about the construction of the 
work herein authorized until a permit 
authorizing the beginning of such work 
shall first have been issued by the Com- 
missioner of Public Works of the City 
of Chicago. 

Section 5. In consideration of the" 
privileges hereby granted the said Link- 
Belt Company shall pay to the City of 
Chicago the sum of Ninety-one and 50- 
100 ($91.50) Dollars per annum in ad- 
vance, each and every year during the 
life of this ordinance, the first payment 
to be made as of the date of the passage 
of this ordinance, and each succeeding 
payment annually thereafter. It is here- 
by made an express provision of this 
ordinance that the privileges herein 
granted shall terminate and this ordi- 
nance become null and void if said gran- 
tee or its assigns fails to promptly pay 
any installment of said compensation. 

Section 6. Before doing any work 
under and by virtue of the authority 
herein granted, the said grantee shall 
execute a bond to the City of Chicago in 
the penal sum of ten thousand dollars 
($10,000) with sureties to be approved 
by the Mayor, conditioned upon the 
faithful observance and performance of 



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all and singular the conditions and pro- 
visions of this ordinance, and conditioned 
further to indemnify, save and keep 
harmless the City of Chicago from any 
and all loss, damage, expense, cost or 
liability of any kind whatsoever that 
may be suffered by it, the said City of 
Chicago, or which may accrue against, 
be charged to or recovered from said City 
for or by reason or on account of the 
passage of this ordinance or for or by 
reason or on account of any act or thing 
done by said grantee herein by virtue 
of the authority herein given, and condi- 
tioned to comply VN^ith all the terms and 
conditions of this ordinance. Said bond 
and the liability of the sureties thereon 
shall be kept in force throughout the life 
of this ordinance, and if at any time 
during the life of this ordinance such 
bond shall not be in full force, then the 
privileges herein granted shall thereupon 
cease. The said grantee shall at the time 
of the filing of the bond above mentioned, 
file with the City Clerk of the City of 
Chicago, its written acceptance of the 
.terms and provisions hereof. 

Section 7. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage and approval, provided that the 
acceptance hereinabove mentioned and 
the bond hereinabove mentioned be filed 
within thirty (30) days from the pas- 
sage hereof. 

The Clerk, on motion of AM. Hunter, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, West Division, on an 
ordinance authorizing the Chicago and 
Illinois Western Railroad to construct 
and operate a railway across certain 
streets and alleys in the City of Chicago. 

Aid. Moynihan moved to refer the or- 
dinance to the Committee on Track Ele- 
vation. 

Aid. Hunter moved to lay on the table 
the motion to refer. 

The motion to lay on the table was 
lost by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas— Dixon, Foreman, Pringle, Young, 



McCoid, Bennett, Snow, Derpa, Harkin, 
Maypole, Smith, Beilfuss, Sitts, Dever, 
Stewart, Finn, Eeese, Foell, Hahne, Dunn, 
Williston, Larson, Bradley, O'Connell, 
Roberts, Fisher, Badenoch, Kohout, Nolan, 
Hunter— 30. 

Z^a^/s — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, 
Dailey, Richert, McCormick, Moynihan, 
Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cullerton, 
Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, Consi- 
dine, Nowieki, Schermann, Brennan, Con- 
Ion, Powers, Bowler, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Jacobs, Krumholz, Lipps, Reinberg, Sie- 
wert. Blase, Herlihy, Wendling, Golom- 
biewski. Burns, Hunt, Bihl — 37. 

The question recurring on the motion 
to refer' to the Committee on Track Ele- 
vation, the motion prevailed. 

Aid. Snow presented an amendment to 
the ordinance last under consideration 
and moved that it be referred to the 
Committee on Track Elevation. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the amendment : 

Amend by inserting before the word, 
"permission" third line left hand column, 
page 1098, the following paragraph: 

"The said Chicago and Hlinois Western 
Railroad shall erect and maintain during 
the full term of this . ordinance one street 
lighting lamp equivalent to nominal two 
thousand candle power at each street, 
alley or public way over or across which 
it is by this ordinance authorized to lay 
its tracks, or which may hereafter be 
laid out or opened up across the route 
and right of way of said Chicago and 
Hlinois Western Railroad." 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Hunter, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, West Division, on an 
ordinance vacating alleys in Rees Sub- 
division, Block 37, C. T. Subdivision, de- 
ferred and published October 15, 1906, 
page 1498. 

Aid. Hunter moved to concur in the 
report and pass the ordinance therewith. 



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The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
IMcCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy,.Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1 . 

The following is the ordinance as 



Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That that portion of the 
twenty-four (24) foot alley running 
northeasterly from Seward street to and 
connecting with' the sixteen (16) foot 
main alley running north and south in 
the block bounded by 18th street on the 
north, Lumber street on the south, Canal 
street on the east and Seward street on 
the west; also that portion of said six- 
teen (16) foot main alley, last above 
described, lying north of the north lot 
line of lots twenty-eight (28) and twen- 
ty-nine (29) and south of a line pro- 
jected across said alley nine (9) feet 
north of the north lot line of lots four- 
teen (14) and forty-nine (49) projected, 
in Rees Subdivision of lot one ( 1 ) , block 
thirty-seven (37), in Canal Trustee's 
Subdivision of the West One-half 
(W. 1/2) and Southeast One-quarter 
(S. E. %) of Section twenty-one (21), 
Township thirty-nine (39) North, Range 
fourteen (14), East of the Third Prin- 
cipal Meridian, being those portions of 
said alleys shown in red and marked "to 
be vacated" on the plat hereto attached, 
which plat is made a part hereof and to 
which express reference is had, be and 



the same are hereby vacated and closed. 

Section 2. The vacations herein pro- 
vided for are 'made upon the express 
conditions that within sixty (60) days 
after the passage of this ordinance the 
Heath & Milligan Manufacturing Com- 
pany, a corporation, shall convey to the 
City of Chicago by deed properly exe- 
cuted and acknowledged and open to pub- 
lic use as a public alley, without cost 
to the City of Chicago, the north six- 
teen (16) feet of lot fifty (50) in said 
lot one (1) of block thirty-seven (37) 
Which alley to be dedicated is shown in 
blue and marked "to be dedicated for 
public alley" on said plat attached here- 
to; shall also within said sixty (60) 
days file for record in the office of the 
Recorder of Deeds for Cook County, Hli- 
nois, said deed and a plat showing such 
vacations and such dedication, and shall 
also within said period pay the City Col- 
lector of the City of Chicago the sum of 
$3,840.20. 

Section 3. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage and approval, subject to the con- 
ditions provided in Section 2 hereof. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Hunter, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, West Division, on 
a recommendation, estimate and ordi- 
nance for improving (wooden blocks) 
West North avenue from North California 
avenue to North Central Park avenue, 
deferred and published October 1, 1906, 
page 1391. 

Aid. Hunter moved to concur in the re- 
port, approve the estimate', and pass the 
ordinance therewith.— (Recommendation, 
estimate and ordinance published July 9, 
1906, pages 1149 to 1156, Council Pro- 
cedings.) 

The motion prevailed, and the estimate 
was approved and the ordinance was 
passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 



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nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Eiley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, WiUiston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burn;?, 
Bradley O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
"No^ys — Brennan — 1 . 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Hunter, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, West Division, on 
an ordinance vacating an alley in Curtis 
and Runyan's subdivision, deferred and 
published October 1, 1906, page 1391. 

Aid. Hunter moved to concur in the 
report and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, "Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, WiUiston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter^64. 
'Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed : 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the twelve (12) 
foot north and south alley, being the 
east twelve (12) feet of the west seven- 
teen and seventy-two hundredths (17.72) 
feet of that part of lots three (3) and 
four (4) lying between the south line 
of Park avenue and the north line of 



West End avenue of Curtis and Run- 
yan's subdivision of the east five (5) 
acres of the west Half (y^) of the 
southwest Quarter (^4) of Section 
eleven (11), Township thirty-nine (39) 
north. Range thirteen (13) east of the 
Third Principal Meridian, and also the 
alley running east and west and lying 
between the west line of the above 
described north and south alley and a 
line twelve ( 12 ) feet east of and par- 
allel to the west line of lots one (1) 
and twelve (12) in Block two (2) of 
Garfield Park addition to Chicago, a 
re-subdivision of Blocks one (1), two 
(2) and three (3) in Evans and others 
subdivision of Blocks one (1) to four 
(4) in Osborn's subdivision of. the west 
five (5) acres of the east ten (10) 
acres of that part of the east half (1/2) 
of the west half (y^) of the southwest 
Quarter (14) south of Lake street in 
the said Section eleven (11), being 
those portions of the said alleys shown 
in red and marked "to be vacated" on 
the plat hereto attached and made a 
part hereof, and to which express refer- 
ence is had, be and the same are here- 
by vacated and closed; provided, how- 
ever, that this ordinance shall not take 
effect and the vacations herein provided 
for shall not become effective until S. 
H. Wheeler shall have executed and 
filed a plat in the office of the Recorder 
of deeds of Cook County, Illinois, mak- 
ing a valid dedication to the City of 
Chicago for the use of the public of the 
west twelve (12) feet of said lots one 
(1) and twelve (12) in said block two 
(2), the portions of said lots so to be 
dedicated being those portions of said 
lots shown in yellow and marked "to 
be dedicated" on the said plat; and 
provided, further, that said plat shall 
be so filed within thirty (30) days from 
the date of the passage of this ordi- 
nance. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after 
its passage; provided, that if said two 
strips of land herein required to be dedi- 



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cated be not so dedicated within thirty 
(30) days from the passage of this ordi- 
nance, and be not opened for public use 
within ninety (90) days from the pas- 
sage of this ordinance, then this ordi- 
nance shall be null and void and of no 
effect. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid, Riley, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Building Department, on an ordinance 
amending the building ordinance in re 
emergency exits, deferred and published 
October 8, 1906, page 1458. 

Aid. Riley presented an ordinance 
amending Section 338 of the Revised 
Code of 1905, and moved that it be sub- 
stituted for the ordinance under consider- 
ation. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Riley moved to pass the substi- 
tute ordinance. 

The motion prevailed and the substi- 
tute ordinance was passed by yeas and 
nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Hardii^, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nilian, Derpa, Harris, Tick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermaun, Sitts, Deyer, 
Oonlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Eipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Oonnell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

IVat/s— rBrennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 



AN ORDINANCE 

Amending Section 338 of the Revised 
Municipal Code of Chicago of 1905. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 
Section 1. That Section 338 of the 

Revised Municipal Code of Chicago of 



1905 be and the same is hereby amended 
by striking out all of paragraph three 
of said Section and inserting in lieu 
thereof the following: 

"If said emergency exits lead out- 
side the building, the opening leading 
thereto shall have metal frames filled 
with wire glass doors opening outward, 
hung from the inside corner of the 
jambs, and so constructed as not to 
project, when opened, beyond the out- 
side face of the wall. Outside shutters 
will not be permitted, except when the 
same shall open automatically from the 
interior, without resistance, and when 
used or opened will automatically fas- 
ten, securely, fiat against the wall, so 
as not to in any way obstruct the 
passage on the outside; all such auto- 
matic devices or attachments to said 
doors to be subject to the approval of 
the Commissioner of Buildings and the 
Fire Marshal of the City of Chicago/^ 
Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage. 

The Clerk on motion of Aid. Riley, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Building Department, on an ordinance 
amending Section 390 of the Revised 
Municipal Code in re partitions between 
apartments in frame buildings, deferred 
and published October*8, 1906, page 1458. 

Aid. Riley moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 



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Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burn?, 
Bradley O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
Hays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed : 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That Section 390 of the 
Revised Municipal Code of Chicago of 
1905 be and the same is hereby amended 
so as to read as follows: 

"390. Construction of Partitions Be- 
tween Apartments in Frame Buildings.) 
Every new tenement house more than five 
stories and basement high shall be of 
fire proof construction (according to 
the definition of "fire proof construc- 
tion" contained in Section 500 of this 
chapter) ; every new tenement house 
more than three stories and basement 
high but not more than five stories and 
basement high shall be of "slow-burning" 
or "fire proof" construction (according 
to the definition of slow-burning or fire- 
proof construction as defined in this 
chapter). In case slow-burning con- 
struction be used the cellar and base- 
ment construction including the floor 
construction of the first story above 
the cellar or baseipent shall be of fire 
proof construction. In all new frame 
tenement houses outside the fire limits 
of the city each suite of apartments shall 
be separated from the next suite in such 
building by a wall of four-inch tile or 
metal studding and metal lath." 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in 
force and effect from and after its pas- 
sage and approval. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Riley, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Building Department, on an ordinance 
amending Sections 407, 421, 457, 632 and 
679 of the Revised Code of 1905, deferred 
and published October 8, 1906, page 1459, 
and the communication from the Cbm- 
missioner of Health protesting against the 



proposed amendment of Section 421, tem- 
porarily deferred, page 1553. 

Aid. Riley moved to amend the ordi- 
nance by striking out all that part re- 
ferring to Section 421 of the Revised 
Code of 1905, and to recommit the ques- 
tion of amending the said section to the 
Committee on Building Department. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Riley, moved to pass the ordi- 
nance as amended. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance as amended was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Bell- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter— 64. 
Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed: 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the Revised Munici- 
pal Code of Chicago of 1905 be amended 
as follows: 

That Section 407 be amended by strik- 
ing out the word' "extending" in the fifth 
line from the end of said section and by 
inserting in lieu thereof the word "ex- 
ceeding." 

That Section 632 be amended by adding 
thereto the following: "The provisions 
of this section shall not apply to frame 
buildings of any class." 

That Section 679 be amended by adding 
thereto the following: "Provided, that 
standpipes will not be required on the 



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outside of buildings of Classes II. and 
III. and VI. of less than five stories "n 
lieight. " 

Section 2, This ordinance shall be 
in force and effect from and after its 
passage and approval. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Kiley, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Building Department, on an ordinance 
amending Section 274 of Revised Muni- 
cipal Code of 1905, deferred and published 
October 15, 1906, page 1503. 

Aid. Riley moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, an dthe ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, G-olombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Oonnell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 



Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That Section 274 of the 
Revised Municipal Code of Chicago of 
1905 (Section 206 of the "Building Ordi- 
nance") be and the same is hereby 
amended to read as follows: 

"In all buildings of this class, the fire 
escape, stairs, stair halls, entrance halls, 
bay windows, vent shafts, courts, lights 
in halls, porches, windows in public halls, 
shall be of the size and dimensions as 
are prescribed in Sections 392, 400, 402, 
404, 412, 415, 416, 417, 418, 419, 420, 



421, 422 and 423 of this Chapter relat- 
ing to buildings of Class VI. 

"Where vent shafts as defined in Sec- 
tion 389 of this ordinance, are used to 
ventilate water closet compartments, 
bath rooms, or pantries, of hotels, office 
buildings, or club houses, they shall be 
of the following dimensions : 

Square Least 

Building feet width 

2 stories : 221/3 3 feet 

3 stories '. . 27 3 feet 

4 stories 36 3 feet 

5 stories 48 5 feet 

6 stories 72 6 feet 

7 stories 96 8 feet 

8 stories 120 8 feet 

"In every hotel, office building, or club 

house, hereafter erected, and every hotel, 
office building, or club house, which shall 
be increased or diminished in size, or 
otherwise altered after its erection, and 
in every building, now or hereafter in 
existence, not now used as a hotel, office 
building or club house but hereafter con- 
stmcted or altered to such use, and every 
habitable room, excepting water closet 
compartments, bathrooms and pantries, 
shall have, at least, one window opening 
directly upon a street, alley, yard, or 
court. The total area of the windows 
opening from any such room, ( other than 
water closet compartments, bathrooms 
and pantries), shall be, at least, one- 
tenth the floor area of that room, and 
the top of, at least, one window shall 
be not less than seven feet above the 
floor, and the upper half of that window 
shall be made so as to open its full 
width. No window in any such room, 
(Other than pantries, water closet com- 
partments and bathrooms, shall have less 
than ten square feet of glass area. Every 
such water closet compartment, bath- 
room or pantry, shall have a window not 
less than one foot wide and of an area 
of, at least, four square feet for a floor 
area of forty- five square feet or less 
opening directly into the outer air, or 
special light or air shafts, into which 



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no other rooms, or compartments, other 
than toilet compartments, bathrooms, 
or pantries, are ventilated. For upwards 
of forty-five square feet of floor area, 
there shall be a window area of, at least, 
one-tenth of the floor area. The win- 
dows in all eases shall be arranged so 
as to admit of their being opened, -.rt 
least, one -half of their height. The 
urinal, bath or water closet compart- 
ments on the top floor of any building 
may be lighted and ventilated by means 
of a skylight and ventilator. The area 
of the skylight shall conform to the 
above specified areas for windows. 

"It is provided that in hotels, ofiice 
buildings and club houses, the bathroom, 
water closet and urinal compartments, 
may be ventilated by exhausting the air 
from the same at the rate of at least six 
complete changes of air from each room 
per hour by approved positive mechani- 
cal means through special air ducts to 
the outer air. The special ventilating 
duct or ducts, together with their 
branches, shall be of such size or sizes 
as to provide for the required changes 
of air from each of such rooms. 

"It shall be the duty of the owner, 
agent, architect, or of the party in pos- 
session or control of the same, to notify 
the Commissioner of Health in writing 
twenty-four hours in advance when any 
such system is completed, for the super- 
vision of the test. 

""V^Hien the installation of the mechani- 
cal ventilating system for toilet and 
bathrooms is complete, and the ventilat- 
ing appliances are being operated at their 
normal capacities, they shall be tested 
by the party notifying for test for volu- 
metric efficiency in the presence of, and 
under the direction of, the Chief Sani- 
tary Inspector of the Department of 
Health. 

"The mechanical ventilating system 
shall at all times be kept in good repair 
and in operation to insure the required 
ventilation during the hours when the 
above specified buildings are used for 
human occupancy. 



"All such toilet or bathrooms as men- 
tioned in this section, shall have a fixed 
window, or windows, having a gross 
glass area and equal to at least one- 
eighth of the floor area of rooms. The 
windows are to be provided and placed 
in the dividing or enclosing partitions, 
and shall be suitably arranged so as 
to admit of natural light from an ad- 
joining room which has direct communi- 
cation to the outside air. All such 
rooms- or compartments shall have proper 
means for artificially lighting the same, 
and they shall be properly and adequate- 
ly lighted by natural or artificial means 
during the occupancy of the building." 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in 
force and efl'ect from and after its pas- 
sage. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Kohout, 
presented the report of the select Com- 
mittee on Track Elevation on an ordi- 
nance for the elevation of the roadbed 
and tracks of the Belt Railway Company 
of Chicago from Madison street to Ogden 
avenue and Chicago Terminal Transfer 
Eailroad Company from South 42d ave- 
nue to South 48th avenue, deferred and 
published Octobber 15, 1906, page 1506. 

Aid. Kohout moved to amend the ordi- 
nance in the following manner: 

After the last word, "work," in Sec- 
tion 16, insert: 

"And provided further that, as to that 
portion of the elevation of the tracks of 
The Belt Railway Company of Chicago, 
lying south of 12th street, required under 
the terms of this ordinance, the said 
Belt Railway Company shall not be re- 
quired to so elevate its tracks unless 
and until the Town Board of the Town of 
Cicero shall have passed an ordinance 
which shall agree in its provisions, as to 
the construction of subways at the var- 
ious streets, and as to the plane of ele- 
vation, with the provisions of this ordi- 
nance." 

The motion prevailed. 



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Aid. Kohout moved to pass the ordi- 
nance as amended. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance as amended was passed by yeas 
and nays as f olloAvs : 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Cough lin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Foreman, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, 
McCoriaick, Young, Bennett, Snow, Moy- 
nihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, 
Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
€onsidine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, Beil- 
fuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, Dever, 
Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Jacobs, 
Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, Willistoii, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 



K 



AN ORDINANCE 

Requiring the Belt Railway Company of 
Chicago and the Chicago Terminal 
Transfer Railroad Company, respec- 
tively, to elevate the plane of certain 
of their roadbeds and tracks within 
the City of Chicago. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the Belt Railway 
Company of Chicago and the Chicago 
Terminal Transfer Railroad Company 
are each, respectively, hereby ordered 
and required to elevate the plane of 
their roadbeds and tracks within the 
limits of the City of Chicago in manner 
and upon the conditions hereinafter 
specified, that is to say: 

Paragraph 1. Beginning at a point 
about twenty-five (25) feet south of 
the south line of West Madison street 
on the existing elevated roadbed and 
tracks of the Belt Railway Company of 
Chicago where an elevation of 46.0 feet 
above city datum has been established, 
ais provided in the ordinance passed April 
6th, 1898, and published on pages 2109 



to 2112 inclusive, of the official records 
of the Council Proceedings of the City of 
Chicago, from said initial point the 
roadbed and tracks of said company 
shall be elevated and shall continue in 
a, southerly direction on a descending 
gradient of about 0.70 per centum for 
a distance of about one thousand 
(1,000) feet to a point between Adams 
and Jackson street where an elevation 
of not less than 39.0 feet above city 
datum shall be attained; thence said 
elevated roadbed and tracks shall con- 
tinue in a southerly direction on a level 
for a distance of about two thousand 
one hundred (2,100) feet to a point 
near Lexington avenue where the same 
elevation of 39.0 feet above city datum 
shall be maintained; and crossing in 
said last mentioned course underneath 
the elevated tracks of the Metropolitan 
West Side Elevated Railway Company; 
thence said elevated roadbed and tracks 
shall continue in a ' southerly direction 
on a descending gradient of about 0.275 
per centum for a distance of about one 
thousand feet to a point near Colorado 
avenue where an elevation of not less 
than 36.25 feet above city datum shalj. 
be attained; thence said elevated road» 
bed and tracks shall continue in a south- 
erly direction on a, level for a distanc© 
of about one thousand one hundred 
(1,100) feet to a point on the center 
line of Twelfth street where the same 
elevation of 36.25 feet above city datum 
shall be maintained, and crossing at 
grade in said last mentioned course the 
main tracks and the "Y" connecting 
tracks of the Chicago Terminal Trans- 
fer Railroad Company; thence said ele- 
vated roadbed and tracks shall continue 
in a southerly direction on a descending 
gradient of about 0.019 per centum for 
a, distance of about one thousand three 
hundred and twenty (1,320) feet to a 
point near West Thirteenth street where 
an elevation of not less than 36.0 feet 
above city datum shall be attained; 
thence said elevated roadbed and tracks 



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.shall continue in a southerly direction 
on a level for a distance of about four 
thousand two hundred (4,200) feet to 
a point near Hinman street where the 
same elevation of 36.0 feet above city 
datum shall be maintained; thence said 
elevated roadbed and tracks shall con- 
tinue in a southerly direction on an as- 
cending gradient of about 0.274 per 
centum for a distance of about two 
thousand three hundred (2,300) feet to 
a point near Ogden avenue where an 
elevation of about 42.3 feet above city 
datum shall be attained. 

Paragraph 2. Beginning at a point 
on the west line of South Forty-second 
avenue on the proposed elevated road- 
bed -and tracks of the Chicago Terminal 
Transfer Railroad Company at an eleva- 
tion of about 33.5 feet above city datum, 
as established by ordinance passed Janu- 
ary 18, 1897, and published on pages 
1440 to 1457 inclusive, of the official 
records of the Council Proceedings of the 
City of Chicago; from said initial point 
the elevated roadbed and tracks of said 
company shall continue in a, westerly di- 
rection on an ascending gradient of about 
0.208 per centum for a distance of about 
one thousand three hundred and twenty 
( 1,320 )" feet to a point about on the west 
line of South Forty-fourth avenue where 
an elevation of not less than 36.25 feet 
above city datum shall be attained; 
thence said elevated roadbed and tracks 
shall continue on a westerly direction 
on a level for a distance of about two 
thousand six hundred and forty (2640) 
feet to a point about on the west line of 
South Forty- eighth avenue where the same 
elevation Of about 36.25 feet above city 
datum shall be maintained, and cross- 
ing at grade in said last mentioned 
course the proposed elevated roadbed and 
tracks of the Belt Railway Company of 
Chicago. 

Paragraph 3. Permission and au- 
thority are hereby granted to the Belt 
Railway Company of Chicago and the 
Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad 



Company mentioned in this ordinance, 
which are hereby required to elevate 
their roadbeds and tracks, to elevate 
their "Y" connecting tracks and to 
make such changes in the number, lo- 
cation and alignment of their respective 
main and side tracks and switch connec- 
tions as may be desirable in order to 
oajry out the provisions of this ordi- 
nance. But it is to be distinctly un- 
derstood that where the east "Y" track 
crosses West Twelfth street it shall be 
at an elevation of not less than 36.25 
feet above city datum at the top of the 
rail. 

Paragraph 4. Should the Belt Rail- • 
way Company of Chicago and the Chi- 
cago Terminal Transfer Railroad Com- 
pany mentioned in Paragraphs 1, 2 and 
3 of Section 1 of this ordinance, which 
are required to elevate the plane of their 
roadbeds and tracks agree and decide 
among themselves to eliminate the grade 
crossing at South Forty-sixth avenue^ 
south of Colprado avenue, between their 
roadbeds and tracks, by going over and 
underneath each other, then in and that 
event they aire hereby authorized and 
empowered to do so in such manner and 
upon such terms and conditions as they 
may now or at any time hereafter 
agree upon, provided such agreement 
shall in no wise change the grade or 
gradients now established in Paragraphs 
1, 2 affid 3 of Section 1 of this ordinance, 
at Colorado avenue. West Twelfth street. 
South Forty-fourth avenue and South 
Forty-eighth avenue. 

Paragraph 5. Nothing in this ordi- 
nance contained shall prevent the com- 
panies owning their tracks mentioned here- 
in from changing the location of their 
said tracks by mutual -agreement, as they 
may deem necessary, provided that no 
change of location shall be made that will 
prevent the separation of the grades of 
said traicks as contemplated in this or- 
dinance. 

Paragraph 6. Permission and au- 
thority are hereby granted to the Belt 



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Railway Company of Chicago and the 
Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Com- 
pany to elevate their tracks leading to 
their yards lying north and south of 
West Twelfth street and adjoining the 
right of way of the Belt Railway Com- 
pany of Chicago where it is necessary to 
make connection with the elevated road- 
bed and tracks of the Belt Railway Com- 
pany of Chicago, as hereinbefore pro- 
vided, and extending over and across 
West Twelfth street, and to make such 
changes in the number, location and 
alignment of their tracks as said com- 
panies may deem necessary to carry out 
the provisions of this ordinance. 

Paragraph 7. All elevations of rail- 
road tracks mentioned in this ordinance 
shall refer to the top of the rail. 

Section 2. The embankment or em- 
bankments on which said elevated road- 
bed shall be constructed within the 
aforesaid limits, shall be composed of 
sand, cinders, slag, clay, gravel, loam, 
broken stone, or whatever else may com- 
pose the surplus material excavated from 
the subways and from the foundation 
pits and trenches along the line of said 
work. The side slopes and lateral di- 
mensions of said embankments will be 
fixed and determined by the natural an 
gle of repose of the materials of which 
said embankments may be constructed, 
but whenever it may become necessary 
for the purpose of keeping said embank- 
ments entirely within the lines of the 
right of way of said companies, such 
portions of said embankments at all such 
points shall be kept within the right of 
way lines by, or they shall be confined 
between retaining walls of concrete, stone 
or brick masonry; Provided, however, 
that whenever said retaining walls are 
of insufficient height to properly pro- 
tect said right of way and to prevent 
trespassing thereon, then said retaining 
walls a,3 aforesaid, shall be surmounted 
with a suitable fence or railing, but 
whenever said retaining walls are not 
used at all, the right of way of said 



companies shall be fenced in or otherwise 
properly enclosed in compliance with the 
present ordinances of the City of Chi- 
cago relating to the fencing of railroad 
tracks. 

Section 3. The said elevated tracks 
shall be carried across all intersecting 
streets, avenues and alleys which by the 
terms of this ordinance are to be pro- 
vided with subways, on suitable bridges 
of one, two, three or four spans, whose 
superstructure shall consist of iron or 
steel girders, with iron or steel main 
floor or ordinary track stringers, but 
should the latter method be adopted some 
suitable device shall be provided to pre- 
vent storm water, dirt, oil and other 
substances from dropping from such ele- 
vated structure upon the subways be- 
neath. The said bridges shall be sup- 
ported on abutments of concrete, stone 
or brick masonry as indicated in the 
schedule of subways, or on rows of iron 
or steel columns braced together later- 
ally and erected on and anchored to 
masonry foundations constructed within 
the lines of the railroad right of way 
and in the center and curb lines of the 
intersecting streets and avenues, as pro- 
vided in the schedule of subways herein 
contained. Provided if it shall be found 
necessary to construct any retaining or 
side walls in connection with any ap- 
proaches to subways to support the ad- 
joining property line along the depres- 
sion to subways, then such walls may be 
constructed within the limits of /the 
street, alley or public way upon which 
such approach is situated, and the abut- 
ments or side walls of the subway it- 
self reached by such approach may be 
correspondingly advanced into the street 
so as to be in a continuous straight line 
with the approach wall; and in any such 
case the other details and dimensions of 
the subway given in the attached sched- 
ule of the subways may be changed as 
far as necessary to accord with the loca- 
tion of retaining or side walls or abut- 
ments aforesaid. 



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^ 



Section 4. Paragraph 1. Subways 
shall be constnicted benea,th the tracks 
of the Belt Railway Company of Chicago 
where said tracks are intersected and 
crossed by West Jackson street, West 
Van Buren street, West Congress street, 
West Harrison street, Lexington avenue, 
West Polk street, Colorado avenue. West 
Twelfth street, West Fourteenth street, 
West Sixteenth street, and West Twenty- 
second street. 

Paragraph 2. Subways shall be con- 
structed beneath the tracks of the Chi- 
cago Termin'al Transfer Railroad Com- 
pany where said tracks are intersected 
and crossed by West Twelfth street, 
South Forty-fourth avenue, and South 
Forty-eighth avenue. 

Paragraph 3. As to the subways men- 
tioned in Section 4, Paragraph 1 of this 
ordinance, the subways in West Jackson 
street, W^esL Van Buren street. West 
Congress street, West Harrison street, 
Lexington avenue. West Polk street, Col- 
orado avenue. West Fourteenth street, 
West Sixteenth street, and West Twenty- 
second street, said subways .shall be. 
constructed by the Belt Railway Com- 
pany of Chicago. 

Paragraph 4. As to the subways men- 
tioned in Section 4, Paragraph 2 of this 
ordinance, the subways in South Forty- 
fourth avenue, and South Forty-eighth 
avenue, said subways shall be con- 
structed by the Chicago Terminal Trans- 
fer Railro'ad Company. 

Paragraph 5. As to the subway men- 
tioned in Section 4, Paragraphs 1 and 2 
of this ordinance, the subway in West 
Twelfth street shall be constructed 
jointly by the Belt Railway Company of 
Chicago and the Chicago Terminal 
Transfer Railroad Company in conjunc- 
tion with each other as follows, to-wit: 
The Belt Railway Company of Chicago 
shall construct all that portion of said 
subway lying east of its west right of 
way line and also the east approach 
thereof; and the Chicago Terminal 
Transfer Railroad Company shall con- 



struct the remaining portion of said sub- 
way and the west approach thereof. 

Paragraph 6. As to the subways men- 
tioned in Section 4, Paragraph 1 of this 
ordinance, the subways in West Twelfth 
street. West Fourteenth street. West Six- 
teenth street, and West Twenty-second 
street, the east approach to said sub- 
ways and that portion of said subways 
located upon its right of way within the 
corporate limits of the City of Chicago 
shall be constructed by the Belt Railway 
Company of Chicago. 

Paragraph 7. As to the subway men- 
tioned in Section 4, Paragraphs 1 and 
2 of this ordinance, that portion of the 
subway in West Twelfth street within 
the limits of its right of way and located 
within the corpora.te limits of the City 
of Chicago shall be constructed by the 
Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad 
Company. 

Section 4a. The several subways here- 
inbefore referred to in Section 4 of this 
ordinance and which shall be constructed 
with the elevation upon which such 
-tracks are to be placed, shall as to their 
size and dimensions, locations and other 
details be in accordance with the follow- 
ing schedule: 
Subway in West Jackson Street, Under 

the Roadbed and Tracks of the Belt 

Railway Company of Chicago. ( Street, 

66 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be 
sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the subway not less than 23.0 
feet above city datum. This level shall 
extend to a point ten feet beyond the 
portal of the subway on each side theria- 
of. From this level the approaches shall 
extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 
feet in 100 feet to a connection with the 
established grade of the street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 
feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in sub\Yay. 

Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in 
subway. 



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\Yidth of roadway and sidewalks out- 
side of subway shall be the same as thev 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be 
uniform with the roadway and about 
one foot above the level of the same. 
Two lines of posts may be placed in curb 
lines and inside thereof, and one lire ^f 
posts in the center of the roadway to 
support girders. 

Clear head room, 12.0 feet. 



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Subway in West Van Buren Street, 
Under the Roadbed and Tracks of the 
Belt Railway Company of Chicago. 
(Street, 66 Feet Wide). 
The depression of the street shall be 
sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the subway not less than 23.0 
feet above city datum. This level shall 
extent to a point ten feet beyond the 
portal of the subway on each side there- 
of. From this level the approaches shall 
extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 
feet in 100 feet to a connection with the 
established grade of the street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 
feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 
Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in 
subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks out- 
side of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be 
uniform with the roadway and about 
■one foot above the level of the same. 
Two lines of posts may be placed in curb 
lines and inside thereof, and one line of 
posts in the center of the roadway to 
support girders. 

Clear head room, 12.0 feet. 



Subway in West Congress Street, Under 
the Roadbed and Tracks of the Belt 
Railway Company of Chicago. (Street, 
66 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be 



sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the subway not less than 23.0 
feet above city datum. This level shall 
extend to a point ten feet beyond the 
portal of the subway on each side there- 
of. From this level the approaches shall 
extend on. a grade of not to exceed 3.5 
feet in 100 feet to a connection with the 
established grade of the street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 
feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 
Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in 
subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks out- 
side of subway shall he the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be 
uniform with the roadway and about 
one foot, above the level of the same.. 
Two lines of posts may be placed in curb 
lines and inside thereof, and one line of 
posts in the center of the roadway to 
support girders. 

Clear head room, 12.0 feet. 



Subway in West Harrison Street, Under 
the Roadbed^ and Tracks of the Belt 
Railway Company of Chicago. (Street, 
66 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be 
sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the subway not less than 23.0 
feet above city datum. This level shall 
extend to a point ten feet beyond the 
portal of the subway on each side there- 
of. From this level the approaches shall 
extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 
feet in 100 feet to a connection with the 
established grade of the street. 

^ Width between walls of subwaj, 66 

feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 
Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in 

subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks out- 
side of subway shall be the same as th.y 
now exist. 



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The depression of sidewalks shall be 
uniform with the roadway and about 
one foot above the level of the same. 
Two lines of posts may be placed in curl- 
lines and inside thereof, and one line of 
posts in the center of the roadway to 
support girders. 

Clear head room, 12.0 feet. 



Subway in Lexington Avenue, Under the 
Roadbed and Tracks of the Belt Rail- 
way Company of Chicago.' (Street, 
66 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be 
sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the subway not less than 23.0 
feet above city datum. This level shall 
extend to a point ten feet beyond the 
portal of the feubway on each side there- 
of From this level the approaches shall 
extend on a grade of not to exceed 3 5 
feet in 100 feet to a connection with the 
established grade of the street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 
feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 
Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in 
subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks out- 
side of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks sWll be 
uniform with the roadway and about 
one foot above the level of the same. 
Two lines of posts may be placed in curb 
lines and inside thereof, and one line of 
posts in the center of the roadway to 
support girders. 

Clear head room, 12.0 feet. 



feet above city datum. This level shall 
extend to a point ten feet beyond the 
portal of the subway on each side there- 
of. From this level. the approaches shall 
extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 
feet in 100 feet to a connection with the 
established grade of the street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 
feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 
Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in 
subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks out- 
side of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be 
uniform with the roadway and about 
one foot above the level of the same. 
Two lines of posts may be placed in curb 
lines and inside thereof, and one line of 
posts in the center of the roadway to 
support girders. 

Clear head room, 12.0 feet. 



Subway in West Folk Street, Under the 
Roadbed and Tracks of the Belt Rail- 
way Company of Chicago. (Street, 
66 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be 
sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the subway not less than 22.28 



Subway in Colorado Avenue, Under the 
Roadbed and Tracks of the Belt Rail- 
way Company of Chicago. (Street, 
66 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be 
sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the subway not less than 20.5 
feet above city datum. This level shall 
extend to a point ten feet beyond the 
portal of the subway on each side there- 
of. From this level the approaches shall 
extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 
feet in 100 feet to a connection with the 
established grade of the street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 
feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 
Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in 
subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks out- 
side of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be 
uniform with the roadway and about 



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one foot above the level of the same. 
Two lines of posts may be placed in curb 
lines and inside thereof, and one line of 
posts in the center of the roadway to 
support girders. 

Clear head room, 13.5 feet. 



Subway in West Twelfth Street, Under 
the Roadbed and Tracks of the Belt 
Railway Company of Chicago. (Street, 
66 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be 
sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the subway not less than 19.0 
feet above city datum. This level shall 
extend to a point ten feet beyond the 
east portal of the subway. From 
this level the east approach shall extend 
on a grade of not to extend 3.5 feet 
in 100 feet to a connection with the 
established grade of the street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 
feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 

Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in 

subw^ay. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks out- 
side of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be 
uniform with the roadway and about 
,one foot above the level of the SAme. 
Two lines of posts may be placed in curb 
lines and inside thereof, and one line of 
posts in the center of the roadway to 
support girders. 

Clear head room, 13.5 feet. 



Subway in West Fourteenth Street, Un- 
der the Roadbed and Tracks of the 
Belt Railway Company of Chicago. 
(Street, 66 Feet Wide). 
The depression of the street shall be 
sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the subway not less than 20.5 
feet above city datum. This level shall 
extend to a point ten feet east of the 
east portal of said subway. From this 



level the east approach shall extend 
on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 
feet in 100 feet to a connection with the 
established grade of the street. 

Width between walls of subvvay, 6.') 
feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 

Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in 

subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks out- 
side of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be 
uniform with the roadway and about 
one foot above the level of the same 
Two lines of posts may be placed in cirb 
lines and inside thereof, and one Hue of 
posts in the center of the roadway to 
support girders. 

Clear head room, 12.0 feet. 



Subway in West Sixteenth Street, Under 
the Roadbed and Tracks of the Belt 
Railway Company of Chicago. (Street, 
66 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be 
sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the subway not less than. 20.5 
feet above city datum. This level shall 
extend to a point ten feet east of the 
east portal of said subway. From 
this level the east approach shall 
extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 
feet in 100 feet to a connection with the 
established grade of the street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 
feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 
Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in 

subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks out- 
side of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be 
uniform with the roadway and about 
one foot above the level of the same. 
Two lines of posts may be placed in curb 
lines and inside thereof, and one line of 



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posts in the center of the roadway to 
support girders. 

Clear head room, 12.0 feet. 



Subway in West Twenty-second Street, 
Under the Roadbed and Tracks of the 
Belt Railway Company of Chicago. 
(Street, 150 Feet Wide). 
The depression of the street shall be 
sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the subway not less than 20.5 
feet above city datum. This level shall 
extend to a point ten feet beyond the 
east portal of the said subway. From 
this level the east approach shall 
extend on a grade of not to exceed 3 o 
feet in 100 feet to a connection with the 
established grade of the street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 
feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 
Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in 
subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks out- 
side of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be 
uniform with the roadway and about 
one foot above the level of the san.e. 
Two lines of posts may be placed m euro 
lines and inside thereof, and one Ime of 
posts in the center of the roadway to 
support girders. 

Clear head room, 13.5 feet. 



Subway in South Forty-fourth Avenue, 
Under the Chicago Terminal Transfer 
Railroad. (Street, 66 Feet Wide.) 
The depression of the street shall be 
sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the subway not less than 20 5 
..feet above city datum. This level shall 
extend on the north ten feet beyond the 
north portal of the subway, and on the 
south ten feet beyond the south portal 
of the subway. From this level the ap- 
proaches shall extend on a grade of not 
to exceed 3.5 feet in 100 feet to a con- 



nection with the established grade of 
the street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 
feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 
Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in 
subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks out- 
side of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be 
uniform with the roadway and about 
one foot above the level of the same. 
Two lines of posts may be placed in curb 
lines and inside thereof, and one Tine of 
posts in the center of the roadway to 
support girders. 

Clear head room, 12.0 feet. 



Subway in South Forty-eighth Avenue, 
Under the Chicago Terminal Transfer 
Railroad. (Street, 66 Feet Wide.) 
The depression of the street shall be 
sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the subway not less than 20.5 
feet above city datum. This level shall 
extend on the north ten feet beyond the 
north portal of the subway, and on the 
south ten feet beyond the south portal of 
the subway. From this level the ap- 
proaches shall extend on a grade of not 
to exceed 3.5 feet in 100 feet to a con- 
nection with the established grade of 
the street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 
feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 
Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in 
subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks out- 
side of subway shall be the same^as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be 
uniform with the roadway and aboul 
one foot above the level of the same 
Two lines of posts may be placed in curt 
lines and inside thereof, and one Ime c. 



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posts in the center of the roadway to 
support girders. 

Clear head room, 12.5 feet. 



Subway in West Twelfth Street, Under 
the Chicago Terminal Transfer Kail- 
road. (Street, 66 Feet Wide). 
The depression of the street shall be 
sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the subway not less than 19.0 
feet above city datum. This level shall 
extend to a point ten feet beyond the 
west portal of the subway. From this 
level the west approach shall extend on 
a grade of not to exceed 3.5 feet in 100 
feet to a connection with the established 
grade of the street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 
feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 

Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in 
subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks out- 
side of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be 
uniform with the roadway and about 
one foot above the level of the same. 
Two lines of posts may be placed in curb 
lines and inside thereof, and one line o* 
posts in the center of the roadway t ) 
support girders. 

Clear head room, 13.5 feet. 

Section 4b. The grade of all the 
streets that intersect the approaches to 
subways described in Section 4 of this or- 
dinance shall be depressed so as to con- 
form to the grade of the approaches into 
such subways. 

Section 4c. In the several subways 
mentioned in this ordinance there shall 
be constructed a vertical curve where 
the head of the approaches connect with 
the- established grade of the street, and 
said vertical curve shall extend not less 
than twenty (20) feet each side of said 
intersection of grades, and the middle- 
ordinate of the vertical curve shall be 



equal to one-half of the difference be- 
tween the elevation of the points on 



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Section 5. All such excavations shall 
be made in the streets a:s may be required 
for the depression of such subways and 
the approaches thereto. But the de- 
pressed portions of the streets shall be 
restored to serviceable condition for the 
use of the public as soon as practicable, 
and all water pipes, conduits, sewers 
and other similar substructures • belong- 
ing to the city that may be disturbed 
by such excavations or required to be 
moved or deflected from the position in 
which they are found shall be replaced, 
or suitable expedients shall be devised 
and provided to restore them as fully as 
may be to their former state of useful- 
ness, but the gradients of the sewers 
shall not be reduced in any event. All 
such work shall be done by the respec- 
tive railway and railroad companies as 
indicated in Section 4a and at their sole 
expense, except as herein otherwise pro- 
vided, and if in the construction of 
any of said subways or approaches it 
shall become necessary to disturb, re- 
move, or destroy any pipes, conduits, 
wires or other property belonging to 
any private corporation or individual, all 
of the cost and expense thereof, and all 
damage therto shall be borne and as- 
sumed by the City of Chicago, and the 
said city will by condemnation, pur- 
chase or otherwise secure to said rail 
way and railroad company the free and 
uninterrupted right to prosecute its or 
their work, and will save the said rail- 
way and railroad companies harmless 
from any and all claims, demands and 
suits arising therefrom and all damages 
which may be recovered therefrom. 

Section 6. The grades of all the 
streets and alleys in which any subways 
are to be built in accordance with the 
provisions of this ordinance, or where 
streets shall be depressed in accordance 
with the provisions of this ordinance, 
along the line of the several sub way a 



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shall be and the same are hereby changed 
so as to conform to the grades of such 
subways as they shall be depressed pur- 
suant to the provisions of this ordinance. 
Section 7. Provision shall be made 
for the drainage of the several subways 
wherever the streets are depressed, as 
provided for in this ordinance, by the 
construction of receiving basins properly 
located in or immediately adjacent to 
said subways, which said receiving basins 
shall be connected with and discharge 
their contents into the adjacent (City 
sewers; provided, further, that if no 
adjacent city sewer exists at the time 
when the said tracks shall be elevated 
and the said several sewers constructed, 
such sewers as may be necessary to 
properly drain said subways shall be 
constructed at the expense of the rail- 
way or railroad company mentioned in 
this ordinance which owns or own the 
tra^cks crossing the several subways 
drained and in proportion to the num- 
ber of tracks crossing such subways; 
and further, provided, that when any 
street in which a sewer is constructed by 
a railway or railroad company, is im- 
proved with a pavement, the total ex- 
pense of constructing the sewer as above 
provided, shall be assessed against the 
property benefited and the amount paid 
by the railway or railroad company over 
and above its or their fair assessed 
proportion of the same be repaid to said 
railway or railroad company and within 
the same time limit as shall be pro- 
vided in the contract for. making such 
improvements. In case the lowest point 
of -the surface of said subways should be 
below the grade of the adjacent sewer, 
some other adequate means of drainage 
satisfactory to the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works must be devised and provided 
by said railway and railroad companies 
at their expense. 
y Section 8. Paragraph 1. The sub- 
\C ways and the approaches thereto so to 
be constructed by said companies, in said 
streets and avenues aforesaid, shall all 



conform to the following structural re- 
quirements in this section mentioned, 
namely: The roadways shall be paved 
with a single course of vitrified brick of 
standard quality, laid at right angles 
with the curb lines and set upon a 
solid foundation of hydraulic cement 
concrete of not less than six (6) inches 
thick or deep when solidly tamped in 
pla<ie and otherwise finished and prop- 
erly crowned ready for the brick wear- 
ing surface, between which and the con- 
crete there shall be interposed a layer 
of screened sand not less than one-half 
inch thick. The curb shall be of sound 
hard limestone or concrete masonry of • 
standard dimensions and finish, and the 
sidewalks shall be finished and paved 
with. Portland cement concrete of stand- 
ard ijuality and workmanship and with 
the curbing and roadway paving shall be 
made, finished and put in permanent 
place in accordance with the require- 
ments of the Department of Public 
Works of the City of Chicago. 

The approaches to subways shall be 
excavated to the grades established by 
this ordinance and shall be in all other 
respects restored as near a,s may. be to 
their condition before being so excavated. 
The paving and sidewalks in subways 
where sti:eets or avenues are not de- 
pressed shall be the same as in the ad- 
joining parts of such streets or avenues, 
if such paving and sidewalks exist at 
the time of construction of said subways, ^ 
if not, whenever such paving and side;^ 
walks shall be provided. 

Each of said railway and railroad 
companies shall execute a good and suf- 
ficient bond in the amount of twenty- 
five thousand ($25,000) dollars, condi- 
tioned that said railway and railroad 
companies shall furnish and use such 
material and workmanship in the con- 
struction of the improvements hereto|ore 
specified as to insure the same to be 
free from all defects and to remain in 
• continuous good order and condition, or- 
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ten (10) years from and after the com- 
pletion and acceptance of the same; and 
as a guarantee of the faithful perform- 
ance of the work, the quality of the 
material furnished and the proper con- 
struction of said improvement, the rail- 
way and railroad companies hereby agree 
to keep and maintain said improvement 
without additional charge or cost to the 
City of Chicago, in such order and 
condition as will be satisfactory to the 
Commissioner of Public Works, ordinary 
wear excepted, for a period of ten (10) 
years from and after the completion and 
acceptance of the same, which keeping 
and maintaining shall include repairs or 
the entire reconstruction of the same, the 
necessity for which may be occasioned 
by or through the use of faulty or in- 
ferior material or workmanship; pro- 
vided, however, the railway and railroad 
companies herein specified shall not be 
required to keep or maintain any part 
of said improvement under this guaran- 
tee which after its completion and ac- 
ceptance shall have been removed for 
the purpose of laying or repairing any 
gas, sewer, water or other pipe or con- 
duit in accordance with a permit granted 
by the City of Chicago, or to maintain 
or to. renew any part of said improve- 
ment that may have been damaged in any 
manner by any work which, shall have 
been done in accordance with or under 
the authority of a permit granted by 
the City of Chicago, 

If either of said companies shall fail, 
neglect or refuse to repair, keep and 
maintain the said work in accordance 
with this paragraph within thirty (30) 
days after notice so to do from the 
Commissioner of Public Works, the Com- 
missioner of Public Works may pro- 
ceed to do or cause to have done the 
work necessary to comply with the same 
and collect the cost and expense thereof 
from said railway or railroad company, 
or companies mentioned in this ordi- 
nance, 

Paragraph 2. As to the streets in 



this section mentioned which are already 
paved or provided with sidewalks, such 
paving and .sidewalks shall be restored 
with the present material when the same 
is in good condition by said railway 
or railroad company, or companies, at 
their expense, in such portions of said 
streets as are required to be constructed 
by said company, or companies, except 
that said railway or railroad company, 
or companies, shall not be required to 
restore any part of the paving of ap- 
proaches or subways which it is the 
duty of any street railway company or 
other corporation itself to resore under 
existinof laws or ordinances. 

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Paragraph 3. Said company, or com- ' 

panics, shall pave the entire length and 
width of the roadway in such portions of 
the subways as are required to be con- 
structed by said railway or railroad 
company, or companies, as is mentioned 
in this ordinance, except that such com- 
pany or companies, shall not be required 
to pave or depress any part of the sub- 
ways to be occupied by or adjacent to 
street railway tracks which by reason of 
existing laws or ordinances it will be 
the duty of any street railway company ^ 

or other corporation itself to pave. J 

y' 

Paragraph 4. Any street railway com- 
pany occupying any of the streets in the 
City of Chicago crossed by such eleva- 
tion, shall when and as the grade of 
such street shall be changed, as in this 
ordinance provided, at its own expense, 
without claim for damages, depress and 
conform the grade of its track or tracks 
to the said change of grade of said 
streets both during and after depressing 
said streets, and nothing in this ordi- 
nance shall operate to be held to relieve 
such street railway companies from any 
liability now existing of paving sucn 
street between or on either side of it? 
tracks in the manner and form as now 
required, or of making the necessary de- 
pressions as hereinbefore provided. 

Paragraph 5. Nothing in this ordi- 
nance contained shall be so construed as 



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to require the said railway and railroad 
companies, or either of them, to assume 
or pay any incidental or consequential 
damages to adjacent property or busi 
ness caused by the passage and enforce- 
ment of this ordinance, or by the exca- 
vation, depression or change of grade 
or location made in any of the public 
avenues, streets or alleys, or of the rail- 
ways of either of said companies, or to 
defend any suit or .suits which may be 
brought against the said railway or rail- 
road companies, or either of them, or 
against the City of Chicago, or against 
any other party or parties for the recov- 
ery of any such damages; but it is 
understood and the City of Chicago 
hereby agrees that all such damages, if 
there are any, shall be adjusted and paid 
by the City of* Chicago, and the said 
city will assume the defense of any and 
all suits brought for the recoVery of the 
same intervening therein if' necessary 
for such purposes and will wholly re- 
lieve said railway and railroad com- 
panies from defending the same, and will 
assume and pay all judgments recoveiul 
therein; provided, however, that each of 
said companies shall be liable respective- 
ly for such damage as may arise" Trom" 
the negligent performance by said com- 
pany of any of the obligations imposed 
upon it by this ordinance. The above 
stipulations in this paragraph are, liovv- 
ever, upon the condition precedent that 
in case any suit be brought against any 
of said companies, said company will 
before the last day to plead therein give 
notice in writing to the Maydr and Cor- 
poration Counsel of said City for the 
purpose of enabling such defense to be 
made by the City. 

Paragraph 6. Whenever the elevateX^ 
roadbed and tracks constructed under and 
in accordance with the provisions of this 
ordinance shall pass over any street, 
alley, avenue or public way at which 
according to the terms of this ordinance 
a subway is required to be constructed 
by said railway or railroad company, or 



companies, which street, alley, avenue or 
public way shall not already be paved 
or provided with .sidewalks at the time 
of such construction, and for which 
pavement or sidewalks no ordinance sha 1 
have been passed by the City Council 
of the City of Chicago, then and in that 
case the paving of such subway shall 
be delayed until the improvement of the 
portions of the street contiguous shall 
be ordered by the City Council and the 
contract". therefor shall be let. Thereupon 
upon notice from the Commissioner of 
Public Works, said company or com- 
panies, shall proceed at once with the 
work of paving or with the construc- 
tion of sidewalks in accordance with the 
provisions of Section 8, Paragraphs 1 
to 4 inclusive, of this ordinance. Should 
any company, or companies, after such 
notice fail or neglect so to proceed with 
its work, the Commissioner of Public 
Works of the City of Chicago shall have 
and is hereby given the right,, power and 
authority to take charge of and cause 
such work to be done, and the expense 
thereof shall thereupon be paid by such 
delinquent company, or companies. 

Paragraph 7. Said railway and rail- 
road company, or companies, and any 
contractor employed by it, or them, in 
the execution of the work herein re- 
quired to be done shaJl have the right 
in the performance of any work done in 
carrying out the provisions of this or- 
dinance, to take water from the public 
water system of said city and to use 
the same in such work free of all charge 
or expense. 

Section 9. All the work hereinbe- 
fore in this ordinance required to be 
done by said company, or companies, 
upon or in connection with the public 
avenues and streets of the city shall be 
done and performed under the superin- 
tendence and subject to the inspection 
and approval of the Commissioner of 
Public Works of said City. At least ten 
(10) days prior to the commencement 
of any part of such work the plans and 



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specifications therefor shall be submit- 
ted to said Commissioner of Public Works 
for his examination and if found to be 
in accordance with the provisions of 
this ordinance in so far as this ordinance 
contains specific provisions, if they shall 
be satisfactory to the Commissioner of 
Public Works in regard to matters and 
details which by this ordinance are left 
to his discretion and judgment, such 
plans shall be approved by him and after 
such approval all of the work outlined 
and included therein shall be constructed 
in strict conformity therewith. 

Section 10. Permission and au'thor- 
ity are hereby given to said companies, 
or either of them, whenever the same 
shall be necessary in the prosecution of 
the work they are herein authorized or 
required to perform, to obstruct tem- 
^^/^orarily any public street, avenue or 
alley to such extent and for such length 
of time as may be approved by the Com- 
missioner of Public Works; and they 
are also hereby authorized whenever the 
same shall become necessary to erect and 
maintain temporary structures and false 
work in any of said streets and avenues 
during the construction of their said 
elevated railroads, subject to the like 
approval of the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works. 

Section 11. When the said railway 
and railroad companies in Section 1 of 
this ordinanjce mentioned shall have ele- 
vated their respective tracks in accord- 
ance with the terms of this ordinance, 
so that the same shall be ready for use, 
then and thereupon all provisions of the 
ordinances of the City of Chicago relat- 
ing to the speed of railway trains, the 
length of trains, the number of cars to 
constitute a train, the ringing of loco- 
motive bells, the use of train or engine 
lights, the sounding of signals before 
starting trains and the maintenance of 
gates, flagmen, watchmen, signals and 
signal towers shall cease to be applic- 
able to said railroads; provided, how- 
ever, this ordinance is not to be con- 



strued as a waiver or surender by the 
City of Chicago of any of its police 
powers or of the right at any time here- 
after to pass necessary and reasonable 
ordinances in relation to the matters last 
above enumerated. After such elevation 
it shall be unlawful for any person or 
persons, save employes of said compar 
nies, or any of them, in the discharge of 
their duties to enter or be upon or to 
walk along or across the said elevated 
structure or roadway at any place. If 
any person shall willfully trespass upon 
said elevated roadway, such person and 
all others aiding, abetting or assisting 
therein shall be liable to a fine of not 
less than five dollars nor more than one 
hundred dollars for each and every of- 
fense. 

Section 12. In consideration of the 
acceptance of this ordinance by said 
railway and railroad companies and of 
the agreement by said companies to do 
and perform all the obligations imposed 
upon them by this ordinance, the City 
of Chicago upon its part undertakes and 
agrees that upon the lines of railroads 
described in Paragraphs one (1) and 
two (2) of Section 1 oi this ordinance, 
if it shall at any time require a crossing 
at any street or streets, avenue, alley or 
public way for which no subway is pro- 
vided in the schedule of subways con- 
tained in this ordinance, or shall open, 
lay out or extend any street, avenue or 
public way across the right of way of 
said companies, or either of them, be- 
tween West Madison street on the north 
and Ogden avenue on the south, under 
the tracks of the Belt Railway Company 
of Chicago; and between South 45th ave- 
nue on the east and South 48th avenue 
on the west, under the tracks of the 
Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Com- 
pany, such crossings shall be made by 
subways only and no claim for compensa- 
tion on account of land taken for right 
of way of said street or streets, avenue, 
alley or public way shall be made by said 
railway or railroad company, or com- 



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panies, whose right of way is to be 
crossed, and such waiver of compensation 
shall attach to and run with such lands 
in the hands of any grantee or grantees 
of said railway or railroad company, or 
companies, but the sole cost and expense of 
the construction of such subway or sub- 
ways and of such bridge or bridges, as 
may be necessary to carry all the tracks 
on said companies' right of way shall 
be borne and paid for by the City of 
Chicago without expense to said railway 
and railroad company, or companies, 
mentioned in this ordinance. And in 
no case shall any such bridge or bridges, 
or such subway or subways so to be 
built be inferior in any respect to the 
bridges and subways to be built by said 
railway and railroad companies under 
the terms of this ordinance. Such bridge 
or bridges, subway or subways so to be 
built at the expense of said city shall 
conform in all respects to the general 
form and quality of material of the 
bridges and subways provided for in this 
ordinance to be built at the expense of 
said railway and railroad companies, ex- 
cept as to such changes in the details 
thereof as may be agreed upon by the 
City Engineer of the City of Chicago and 
the Chief Engineer of said railway and 
railroad company, or companies. The 
work of such construction shall be done 
by the railway and railroad companies 
and the amount to be paid by the City 
of Chicago for such work and construc- 
tion shall not exceed the actual and rea- 
sonable cost thereof. Such bridges 
respectively, shal support all the tracks 
of said companies then existing and in 
use across the proposed street or streets, 
avenues, alleys or public way at the time 
of the construction of such subway or 
subways across such right of way. But 
said railway and railroad company, or 
companies, shall not be required to do 
any work toward the construction of 
any such subways until the cost thereof 
as may be estimated by the City Engi- 
neer and the Chief Engineer of said 
railway or railroad company, or com- 



panies, shall have been first paid over 
to said railway or railroad company, 
or companies, or deposited in some re- 
sponsible bank for its or their benefit 
and to be paid over to said railway or 
railroad company, or companies, at once 
upon the completion of said work. The 
grade of the roadbed and tracks of said 
railway or railroad company, or com- 
panies, shall be and remain at the grade 
hereinbefore specified. 

SECTioisr 13. The elevation of the road- 
bed and tracks of the Belt Railway Com- 
pany of Chicago, as required by the pro- 
visions of this ordinance, and the use and 
operation of said tracks when so elevated 
being impracticable unless and until the 
roadbed and tracks of the elevated rail- 
way built by the Metropolitan West Side 
Side Elevated Railway Company which 
elevated railway crosses above the Belt 
Railway Company of Chicago between 
Harrison street and Flournoy street shall 
be raised at the crossing to a sufficient 
height above the proposed elevated tracks 
of said Belt Railway Company of Chi- 
cago to prevent any obstruction to or in- 
terference with the construction, main- 
tenance, use and operation of such pro- 
posed elevated tracks, said Metropolitan 
West Side Elevated Railway Company is 
hereby ordered and required to elevate 
the plane of the roadbed and tracks of 
its elevated railway at the crossing 
aforesaid, to such a height above the 
roadbed and tracks of the Belt Railway 
Company of Chicago when raised to the 
elevation herein required that there shall 
be a minimum clearance of headway of 
not less than twenty (20) feet between 
the proposed elevated tracks of said last 
named railway company at th.e lowest 
part of the overhead structure of said 
Metropolitan West Side Elevated Rail- 
way Company; the tracks of said ele- 
vated railway company on each side of 
said cross to be adjusted to connect 
with the tracks laid upon the overhead 
structure at said crossing in such a 
I manner and using such gardients as said 



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elevated railway company may deem 
proper. 

Said Metropolitan West Side Elevated 
Railway Company shall begin the work 
of elevating its roadbed and tracks at 
said crossing within thirty (30) days 
after said Belt Railway Company of 
Chicago shall have notified said Metro- 
politan West Side Elevated Railway 
Company that they are ready at said 
point of crossing to commence the work 
of elevation of its track herein ordered 
and required. The work of such ele- 
vation by said Metropolitan West Side 
Elevated Railway Company shall be fully 
and finaly completed within ninety (90) 
days after the expiration of the thirty 
days mentioned in said notice herein pro- 
vided to be given to it by said above 
mentioned railway company; and in case 
of a failure or default on the part of said 
Metropolitan West Side Elevated Rail- 
way Company, its successors or assigns, 
to complete the work of such elevation 
within the period of ninety (90) days, 
said Metropolitan West Side Elevated 
Railway Company shall pay the City of 
Chicago as assessed, agreed and liqui- 
dated damages the sum of two hundred 
($200.00) dollars per day for each and 
every day that said default shall con- 
tinue, and such elevation of the structure 
and tracks of said Metroplitan West 
Side Elevated Railway Company shall re- 
main unfinished and incomplete, it being 
agreed that said sum of two hundred 
($200.00) dollars per day is not a pen- 
, alty but is the actual amount of dam- 
age that will be sustained by the City of 
Chicago through any such default on 
the part of said Metropolitan West Side 
Elevated Railway Company. But the 
foregoing provision in relation to the 
payment of said damage shall not be in 
any way held to interfere with the rights 
to be derived by the City under the pro- 
visions contained in Section 14 of this 
ordinance, but shall be deemed and con- 
strued as an additional remedy in be- 
half of the city in case of default on the 



part of the Metropolitan West Side Ele- 
vated Railway Company. The time of 
delay, if any, occasioned by strikes, 
riots, or unavoidable accidents shall be 
added to the ninety (90) days above 
provided for the completion of said work. 

Section 14. The Belt Railway Com- 
pany of Chicago and the Chicago Ter- 
minal Transfer Railroad Company, who 
are required to elevate their tracks, shall 
commence the work of such elevation 
after the Metropolitan West Side Ele- 
vated Railway Company^s elevated road 
shall be raised at the crossing of that 
road, over the proposed elevated tracks 
of the above two named companies to 
the elevation required by Section 13 of 
this ordinance; provided this ordinance 
shall have been accepted by the said 
above mentioned railway and railroad 
companies hereby required to elevate 
their tracks. 

After such work has been commenced 
the same shall be fully and finally com- 
pleted on or before the 31st day of De- 
cember, A. D. 1916, unless prevented 
by strike or strikes, or restrained by in- 
duction or other order or process of a 
court of competent jurisdiction. 

The time during which said railway 
and railroad companies shall be prevented 
by strike or strikes, or legal proceedings, 
as aforesaid, shall be added to the time 
hereby limited for the completion of said 
work; provided said railway and rail- 
road company, or companies, give notice 
in writing to the Corporation Counsel 
of the City of Chicago of the institution 
of said legal proceedings. The City of 
Chicago shall thereupon have the right 
to intervene in any suit or proceedings 
brought by any person or persons seeking 
to enjoin or restrain, or in any manner 
interfere with the prosecution of said 
work and move for a dissolution of such 
injuction and restraining order and for 
any other proper order in such suit. 

Section 15. Each of said companies 
which are required by this ordinance to 
elevate its tracks including the Metro- 



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politan West Side Elevated Railway Com- 
pany shall do its portion of the work in 
accordance with the terms hereof in apt 
and proper time so as not to interfere 
with the proper and orderly prosecution 
of such work as a whole. Should any 
of said companies fail or neglect so to 
prosecute its work the Commissioner of 
Public Works of the City of Chicago 
shall have, and he is hereby given the 
right, power and authority to give ten 
(10) days' notice in writing to such 
delinquent company to prosecute such 
work. If such company shall fail or ne- 
glect to comply with said notice the 
Commissioner of Public Works may take 
charge of and cause such work to be done 
and the expense thereof shall thereupon 
be paid by such delinquent company. 

Section 16. The Belt Railway Com- 
pany of Chicago and the Chicago Termi- 
nal Transfer Railroad Company are here- 
by required to commence the work, of 
elevating their roadbed and tracks as 
hereinbefore specified, on or before the 
first day of May, A. D. 1907, and shall 
fully and finally complete the same on or 
t)efore the 31st day of December, A. D. 
1916; except that the time during which 
said companies shall be prevented from 
work by strikes, and the time during 
which it shall be restrained by injunc- 
tion or other order or process of a court 
of competent jurisdiction, of which it 
shall have given notice to the Corpora- 
tion Counsel of the City of Chicago, and 
the time in excess of ninety (90) days 
from the filing of the agreement men- 
tioned in Section 18 of this ordinance, 
the structure and tracks of the Metro- 
politan West Side Elevated Railway Com- 
pany shall have been raised as herein- 
before described in Section 13 of this 
ordinance, to a height of not less than 
twenty (20) feet above the ele- 
vated tracks hereby required and the 
time during which any of the said com- 
panies required by this ordinance to ele- 
vate their respective roadbeds and tracks 
may be delayed in such work without its 



owii fault, in consequence of any other 
of said companies to do the work by 
this ordinance required of it, or in con- 
sequence of the failure of any street rail- 
way company or corporation to grade or 
pave any part of any subway or approach 
required to be graded or paved by such 
last named street railway company or 
corporation shall be added to the date 
herein fixed for the completion of said 
work; and provided further that, as to 
that portion of the elevation of the tracks 
of the Belt Railway Company of Chicago, 
lying south of 12th street, required under 
the terms of this ordinance, the said 
Beit Railway Company shall not be re- 
quired to so elevate its tracks unless and 
until the Town Board of the Town of 
Cicero shall have passed an ordinance 
which shall agree in its provisions, as 
to the construction of subways at the 
various streets, and as to the plane of 
elevation, with the, provisions of this 
ordinance. ^^i 

Section 17. Nothing in this ordinance 
named or contained shall be so construed 
as to prevent said railway or railroad 
company, or either of them, from locat- 
ing and constructing the abutments which 
form the walls of the subways at a suffi- 
cient distance back from the building or 
lot line of the streets, boulevards or 
avenues, for the purpose of. constructing 
and maintaining in the spaces or recesses 
so left between said abutments and said 
building lines, station buildings with all 
necessary ticket offices and waiting 
rooms, or other buildings fronting on 
said streets, boulevards or avenues uni- 
form with the said building lines thereof 
and entirely within the lines limiting 
and bounding the right of way of said 
railway or railroad companies, or either 
or them, and for the further purpose of 
constructing and maintaining within said 
lines stairways and the approaches lead- 
ing to and from said station builidngs 
to the elevated platform and tracks above 
the same for the accommodation and 
convenience of the passenger traffic of 



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7 



said railway and railroad companies, or 
for any other purpose in connection with 
efficient maintenance ^and operation of 
the lines. 

Any and all portions of any streets, 
alleys or avenues, extending into or 
across any of said lines or railway with- 
in the limits hereinbefore provided for 
the elevation of said roadbeds or any of 
them, except the streets and avenues 
enumerated above in Section 4, and in 
which subways are required to be con- 
structed, shall be and the same are here- 
by discontinued, and vacated under the 
elevated roadbeds and tracks in the ordi- 
nance described and within the limits of 
the right of way of any of the said rail- 
way or railroad companies, and the City 
of Chicago shall at any time take any 
proceedings essential to perfect or effect- 
uate such vacation. 

Section 8. This ordinance shall take 
effect from and after its passage, ap- 
proval and publication; provided, how- 
ever, that this ordinance shall be null 
and void if said Belt Railway Company 
of Chicago and the Chicago Terminal 
Transfer Railroad Company, which are by 
this ordinance required to elevate their 
railway tracks, shall not through their re- 
spective authorized officers file with the 
City Clerk of the City of Chicago within 
sixty (60) days from the passage and 
approval by the Mayor of this ordinance, 
agreement or agreements duly executed, 
whereby said railway an^jailroad com- 
panies shall undertake to do and perform 
all the matters and things required of 
them by this ordinance. After the filing 
of isaid agreement or agreements, by 
said companies, and not before, this ordi- 
nance shall not be materially modified 
or amended without the consent of said 
companies affected by the proposed modi- 
fication, unless said companies shall be 
in default in the performance of the sev- 
eral matters and things required by this 
ordinance and undertaken to be done by 
such agreement. 

Nothinsr in this ordinance shall be a 



waiver or surrender of the police pow- 
ers of the city or be taken in any way to 
deprive the City of Chicago of the right 
to properly exercise such power. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Kohout, 
presented the report of the select Com- 
mittee on Track Elevation on an ordi- 
nance for the elevation of the roadbed 
and tracks of the Chicago, Burlington 
and Quincy Railway Company, the Pitts- 
burgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis 
Railway Company, the Chicago Terminal 
Transfer Railroad Company, the Chicago 
and Northwestern Railway Company, 
the Chicago Junction |lailway Company, 
the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Rail- 
way Company, or its lessee, the Illinois 
Northern Railway Company, the Illinois 
Northern Railway Company, and the 
Metropolitan West Side Elevated Rail- 
way Company, deferred and published 
October 15, 1906, page 1523. 

Aid. Kohout moved to amend the ordi- 
nance as published by striking out the 
word and figure, "two (2)," in the sev- 
enth line of Section 7, page 1549, and by 
inserting in lieu thereof the word and 
figure, "three (3)." 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Uhlir moved to defer further con- 
sideration of the report until the next 
regular meeting of the Council. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Foreman moved that the Council 
do now adjourn. 

The motion prevailed and the Council 
stood adjourned to meet on Monday, Octo- 
ber 29, 1906 at 7:30 P. M, 




CITY CLERK. 



October 29, 



1789 



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PROCEEDINGS 



OF THE 



CITY COUNCIL 



Chicago. Illinois 



Regular Meeting, Monday, October 29, 1906. 



7:30 O'CLOCK P. M. 



OFFICIAL RECORD. 

Published by authority of the City 
Council of the City of Chicago, Wednes- 
day, October 31, 1906. 



Present — His Honor, the Mayor, and 
Aid. Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dixon, 
Pringle, Dailey, Kichert, Martin, McCor- 
mick. Young, McCoid, Bennett, Snow, 
Moynihan, Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, 
Hurt, Cullerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, 
Riley, Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, I^owicki, Schermaain, Sitts, 
Dever, Brennan, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, 
Stewart, Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, 
Dougherty, Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, 
Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, Lipps, Rein- 
berg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, Herlihy, 
Wendling, Oolombiewski, Burns, Brad- 
ley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, Bade- 
noch. Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race 
and Hunter. 

Absent — Aid. Foreman. 



MINUTES. 

■ Aid. Kohout moved to correct the 
minutes of the regular meeting of the 
Council held on Monday, October 22, 
1906, by substituting the number "17" 
for the number "7" in the fourth line of 
the isecond paragraph, right hand column, 
page 1788. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Kohout moved to approve the 
minutes of the last regular meeting as 
corrected, without reading. 

The motion prevailed. 



Communications from the Mayor, Comp- 
troller, Commissioner of Public Works, 
and All Other City Officers, Depart- 
ments and Branches of the City Gov- 
ernment. 

His Honor, the Mayor, presented a re- 
port containing the following list of re- 
leases from the House of Correction dur- 



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ing the week ending October 27, 1906, 
together with the cause of each release: 
Richard O'Keefe, released for Aid. 
Dever. 

Joseph Schuelke, released for Stanley 
Kunz. 

Samuel Grant, released for mother. 
Carnimo Petrello, released, for M. 
Lancaster. 

Henry C. Watson, released for C. J. 
Allen. 

F. L. Thompson, released for wife. 
Geo. Davis, released for Geo. Fleming. 
Peter Glanzik, released for father. 
Otto Shamel, released for J. J. Brod- 
erick. 

Peter Brun, released for Aid. Dough- 
erty. 

Philip Reilly, released for Aid. Bowler. 
John Randolph, released for Aid. 
Coughlin. 

Chas. I. Newton, released for Aid. 
Conlon. 

Frank Langer, released for father. 
Elizabeth Loderbauer, released for Aid. 
Hahne. 

Geo. Lynch, released for Mr. White. 
Wm. Cashman, released for mother. 
Thos. Burns, released for Frank Con^ 
den. 

James Gibson, released for Mrs. Cor- 
bett. 

John Grady, released for Joliet Peni- 
tentiary. 

Adolph Davidoff, released for mother. 
Earl Von Horn, released for C. F. 
Von Horn. 

Which was ordered published and 
placed on file. 

ALSO, 

A communication transmittting a com- 
munication from the Commissioner of 
Buildings requesting the appointment of 
competent persons to revise the "Build- 
ing Ordinance," and further advising that 



action be deferred on all pending amend- 
ments thereto until the proposed com- 
mission should act. 

Aid. Dixon moved to defer considera- 
tion thereon until certain proposed 
amendments to the "Building Ordinance" ^_ 
were taken up. ^H 

The motion prevailed. ^^ 

ALSO, 

The following veto message: 

Mayor's Office, ) 
October 29, 1906. j 
To the Honorable, the City Council of 
the City of ChAoago: 
Gentlemen — I return herewith, with- 
out my approval, an order passed at the 
' last regular meeting of your Honorable 
Body, and published at pages 1703-1704 
of the current printed Council Proceed- 
ings, directing the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works to issue a permit authorizing 
the erection and maintenance of an illu- 
minated sign in front of No. 3845 State 
street, for the reason that the subject of 
illuminated signs is covered by the city 
ordinances, which should be complied 
with. 

Respectfully submitted, 

E. F. Dunne, 

Mayor. 
Aid. Harkin moved to reconsider the 
vote by which the order referred to in 
the veto message of His Honor, the 
Mayor, was passed. 
The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Harkin moved that the order be 
passed, the veto of His Honor, the Mayor, 
to the contrary notwithstanding. 
The motion was lost, 

ALSO, 

The following veto message: 

Mayor's Office, ) 
October 29, 1906. j 
To the Honorable, the City Council of 
the City of Chicago: 
Gentlemen — I return herewith, with- 



OcLLer 29, 

out. my approval, an order passed at the 
last regular meeting of your Honorable 
Body, and published at page 1716 of tne 
current printed Council Proceedings, di- 
recting the Commissioner of Public 
Works to issue a permit to hang a 
wooden sign in front of the building at 
304-306-308 Grand avenue, for the rea- 
son that signs of this character are 
dangerous and likely to cause injury to 
life and limb or damage to property. 

I respectfully recommend that the vote 
by which the said order was passed be 
reconsidered and that the said order be 
referred to the Committee on Building 
Department. 

Respectfully submitted, 

E. F. DUNNF. 

Mayor. 

Aid. Sitts moved to reconsider the 
vote by which the order referred to in 
the veto message of His Honor, the 
Mayor, was passed. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Sitts moved that the order be re- 
ferred to the Committee on Building De- 
partment in accordance with the recom- 
mendation of His Honor, the Mayor. 

The motion prevailed. 

ALSO, 

The following veto message: 

Mayor's Office, 
October 29, 1906. 
To the EonoruUe, the City Council of 

the City of Chicago: 

Gentlemen — I return herewith, with- 
out my approval, an ordinance passed at 
the last regular meeting of your Honor- 
able Body, and published at page 1760 
of the current printed Council Proceed- 
ings, granting permission to the Best 
Brewing Company of Chicago to install 
and operate lines of electric wires for 
the purpose of transmitting electricity, 
to generate heat, across Fletcher street, 
for the reason that the said ordinance 
is not in the usual form, in that it 



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omits a provision making the rights 
granted revocable by the Mayor at his 
discretion. 

I respectfully recommend that the vote 
by which the said ordinance was passed 
be reconsidered, and that the same be 
repassed, without the usual reference to 
a committee, with the foaowing amend- 
ments : 

Amend the said ordinance by striking 
therefrom Section 2 and substituting 
therefor a new section to be known as 
Section 2, which shall read as follows: 
"Section 2. The permission and au- 
thority hereby granted shall cease and 
determine ten (10) years from and 
after the passage of this ordinance, or 
at any time prior thereto upon the 
revocation of such permission and au- 
thority by the Mayor at his discretion; 
provided, further, that this ordinance 
.shall be* subject to amendment, modi- 
fication or repeal at any time after 
the passage hereof." 
Amend Section 5 of said ordinance by 
adding to the said section the following 
language : 

"It is hereby made an express pro- 
vision of this ordinance that the privi- 
leges herein granted shall terminate 
and this ordinance shall become null 
and void if the said grantee, or its 
assigns, fail to promptly pay any in- 
stallment of said compensation." 
Respectfully submitted, 

E. F. Dunne, Mayor. 

Aid. Bennett moved to reconsider the 
vote by which the ordinance referred to 
in the veto message of His Honor, the 
Mayor, was passed. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Bennett moved that the ordinance 
be amended in accordance with the veto 
message of His Honor, the Mayor. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Bennett moved the passage of the 
ordinance as amended. 



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The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance, as amended, was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

yg^s— Kenna, Cougblin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Ricliert, Martin, 



McCormick, 



Bennett, Snow, 



Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

'Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
as passed: 

Be it ordained ly the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That permission and au- 
thority be and they are hereby granted 
to the Best Brewing Company of Chi- 
cago, a corporation, to install, construct, 
maintain and operate a line or lines of 
electric wires for the purpose of trans- 
mitting electricity to generate light 
under and across Fletcher street, in the 
City of Chicago, Illinois, from the build- 
ing known as No. 1051 Fletcher street 
to the warehouse known as No. 1050 
Fletcher street. The said line or lines 
of wires shall be installed, repaired and 
operated in a conduit not more than six 
(6) inches in diameter, to be constructed 
by the gaid Best Brewing Company under 
said street at said place in accordance 
with plans to be approved by the Com- 
missioner of Public Works, and said 
work to be done to the satisfaction of 
the Commissioner. Said line or lines of 
wires shall be operated and maintained 
only for the purpose of furnishing ligbt 
to the premises and property of the said 
Best Brewing Company of Chicago. 

Section 2. The permission and au- 
thority hereby granted shall cease and 



determine ten (10) years from and after 
the passage of this ordinance, or at any 
time prior thereto upon the revocation of 
such permission and authority by the 
Mayor at his discretion; provided, fur- 
ther, that this ordinance shall be subject 
to amendment, modification or repeal at 
any time after the passage hereof. 

Section 3. This ordinance shall not 
go into effect until the said grantee shall 
execute and deliver to the City of Chi- 
cago a written acceptance of the same, 
and also a bond to the City of Chicago 
in the penal sum- of Ten Thousand 
($10,000.00) Dollars, with sureties to be 
approved by the Mayor, conditioned upon 
the observance and faithful performance 
of all and singular the conditions and 
provisions of this ordinance, and further 
conditioned to indemnify, save and keep 
harmless the City of Chicago from any 
and all loss, damage, expense, and lia- 
bility of any kiiid whatsoever that may 
be suffered by said City of Chicago, or 
which may accrue against, be charged to 
or recovered from said City of Chicago 
by reason of the passage of this ordi- 
nance or by reason of any act or thing 
done by said grantee herein by virtue of 
the authority herein granted. If, at 
any time after the execution and de- 
livery of the said bond to the City of 
Chicago as aforesaid, the Mayor of said 
City of Chicago shall be of the opinion 
that the sureties upon said bond are in- 
sufficient, the said grantee shall, within 
five (5) days after, the receipt of writ- 
ten notice to that effect, execute and de- 
liver to the City of Chicago a new bond 
conditioned as aforesaid, with sureties to 
be approved by the Mayor, and in de- 
fault thereof the rights and privileges 
herein granted shall cease and determine. 
Section 4. No work of installing or 
constructing said conduit or of the in- 
stalling of wires therein shall be done 
under the authority of this ordinance 
until a permit authorizing the same shall 
be issued by the Commissioner of Public 
Works. 

Section 5. The rights herein granted 



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are upon the express condition that said 
grantee, its successors and assigns, as 
compensation for the privileges conferred 
by this ordinance, pay to the City of 
Chicago within thirty (30) days after 
the passage of this ordinance the sum of 
fifteen and no one-hundredtbs ($15.00) 
dollars, and an equal sum upon the 
first day of June of every year there- 
alter during the life of this ordinance. 
It is hereby made an express provision 
of this ordinance that the privileges here- 
in granted shall terminate and this or- 
dinance shall become null and void if 
the said grantee, or its assigns, fail to 
promptly pay any installment of said 
compensation. 

(Section 6. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after ?ts 
passage and approval, provided the ac- 
ceptance hereinbefore mentioned and the 
bond hereinbefore provided for be filed 
within thirty (30) days from the pas- 
sage thereof. 

ALSO, 

The following veto message: 

Mayor's Office, 
October 29, 1906. 

To the Honorable, the City Council of 
the City of Chicago : 

Gentlemen — I return herewith, with- 
out my approval, an ordinance passed 
at the last regular meeting of your 
Honorable Body, and published at page 
1767 of the current printed Council Pro- 
ceedings, vacating parts of certain alleys 
in the interest of one S. H. Wheeler, for 
the reason that by Section 1 of the said 
ordinance it is provided that the vacation 
shall not become effective until the dedi- 
cation of parts of certain lots. Said 
section does not provide that the prop- 
erty dedicated shall be opened for the 
public use prior to the taking effect of 
said vacations, while by Section 2 it 
is provided that the said ordinance shall 
be null and void if the dedication does 
not take place within thirty days and 



the opening of the land dedicated for 
public use within ninety days. 

I think the ordinance is ambiguous 
and should be drafted so that the vaca- 
tions provided for should not take effect 
until after the land it is proposed to 
dedicate has been opened up for public 
use. 

I therefore respectfully recommend 
that the vote by which the said ordi- 
nance was passed be reconsidered and 
that the same be repassed, without the 
usual reference to a. committee, in the 
following amended form: 

"Section 1. That the twelve (12) 
foot north and south alley, being the 
east twelve (12) feet of the west 
seventeen and seventy-two hundredths 
(17.72) feet of that part of Lots three 
(3) and four (4), lying between the 
south line of Park avenue and the 
north line of West End avenue, of 
Curtis and Runyain's Subdivision of 
the east five (5) acres of the west half 
(i/^)of the southwest quarter (i/4) of 
Section eleven (11), Township thirty- 
nine (39) North, Range thirteen (13), 
East of the Third Principal Meridian, 
and also the alley running east and 
w^est and lying between the west line of 
the above described north and south 
alley and a line twelve ( 12 ) feet east 
of and parallel to the west line of Lots 
one (1) and twelve (12), in Block 
two (2) of Garfield Park Addition to 
Chicago, a re- subdivision of Blocks one 
(1), two (2) and three (3), in Evans' 
and other isubdivision of Blocks one 
(1) to four (4), in Osborn's Subdi- 
vision of the west five (5) acres of 
the east ten ( 10 ) acres of that part of 
the east half {%) of the west half 
(%) of the southwest quarter (i/4), 
south of Lake street, in the said Sec- 
tion eleven (11), being those portions 
of the said alleys shown in red and 
marked "to be vacated" on the plat 
hereto attached and made a part here- 
of, and to which express reference is 
had, be and the same are hereby va- 



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cated and closed; provided, however, 
that this ordinance shall not take ef- 
fect and the vacations herein provided 
for shall not become effective until S. 
H. Wheeler shall have executed and 
filed a plat in the office of the Recorder 
of Deeds of Cook County, Illinois, 
making a valid dedication to the City 
of Chicago for the use of the public of 
the west twelve (12) feet of said Lots 
one (1) and twelve (12) in said 
Block two (2), the portions of said 
lots so to be dedicated being those por- 
tions of said lots shown in yellow and 
marked 'to be dedicated' on the said 
plat; and provided, further, that said 
plat shall be so filed within thirty 
(30) days from the date of the passage 
of this ordinance, and that said two 
strips of land herein required to be 
dedicated be opened for public use 
within ninety (90) days from the pas- 
sage of this ordinance. 

"Section 2. This ordinance shall 
take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage; provided, that if 
said two strips of land herein re- 
quired to be dedicated be not so dedi- 
cated within thirty (30) days from 
the passage of this ordinance, and be 
not opened for public use within ninety 
(90) days from the passage of this or- 
dinance, then this ordinance shall be 
null and void and of no effect." 
Respectfully submitted, 

E. F. Dunne, 

Mayor. 

Aid. Bennett move,d to reconsider the 
vote by which the ordinance referred to 
in the veto message of His Honor, the 
Mayor, was passed. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Bennett moved that the ordinance 
be amended in accordance with the veto 
message of His Honor, the Mayor. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Bennett moved the passage of 
the ordinance as amended. 



The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance, as amended, was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Kichert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

'Nays — Brennan— ^1. 
The following is the ordinance as 
passed: 
Be it ordained ly the City' Council of the 

City of Chicago: — ^ 

Section 1. That the twelve (12) 
foot north and south alley, being the 
east twelve (12) feet of the west seven- 
teen and seventy-two hundredths (17.72) 
feet of that part of Lots three (3) and 
four (4) lying between the south line 
of Park avenue and the north line of 
West End avenue, of Curtis and Run- 
yan's subdivision of the east five (5) 
acres of the west half (i^) of the 
southwest quarter (i^) of Section 
eleven (11), Township thirty-nine (39) 
North, Range thirteen (13), East of the 
Third Principal Meridian, and also the 
alley running east and west and lying 
between the west line of the above 
described north and south alley and a 
line twelve (12) feet east of and par- 
allel to the west line of Lots one (1) 
and twelve (12) in Block two (2) of 
Garfield Park addition to Chicago, a 
re-subdivision of Blocks one (1), two 
(2) and three (3) in Evans and others 
subdivision of Blocks one (1) to four 
(4) in Osborn's subdivision of the west 
five (5) acres of the east ten (10) 
acres of that part of the east half {%) 



October 20, 



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[1906 



of the west half (i/g) of the southwest 
quarter iY^) , south of Lake street, in 
the said Section eleven (11), being 
those portions of the said alleys shown 
in red and marked "to be vacated" on 
the plat hereto attached and made a 
part hereof, and to which express refer- 
ence is had, be and the same are here- 
by vacated and closed; provided, how- 
ever, that this ordinance shall not take 
effect and the vacations herein provided 
for shall not become effective until S. 
H. Wheeler shall have executed and 
filed a plat in the office of the Recorder 
of Deeds of Cook County, Illinois, mak- 
ing a valid dedication to the City of 
Chicago for the use of the public of the 
west twelve (12) feet of said Lots one 
(1) and twelve (12) in said Block two 
(2), the portions af said lots so to be 
dedicated being those portions of said 
lots shown in yellow and marked "to 
be dedicated" on the said plat; and 
provided, further, that said plat shall 
be so filed within thirty (30) days from 
the date of the passage of this ordi- 
nance and that said two strips of land 
herein required to be dedicated be opened 
for public use within ninety (90) days 
from the passage of this ordinance. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after 
its passage; provided, that if said two 
strips of land herein required to be dedi- 
cated be not so dedicated within thirty 
(30) days from the passage of this ordi- 
nance, and be not opened for public use 
within ninety (90) days from the pas- 
sag© of this ordinance, then this ordi- 
nance shall be null and void and of no 
effect. 

The City Clerk presented the follow- 
ing report of acceptances and bonds un- 
der ordinances, filed in his office since 
the la,st preceding meeting of the Coun- 
cil: 

Acceptance of Pennsylvania Company, 
South Chicago and Southern Railroad 
Company, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 
Company, Baltimore and Ohio and Chi- 



cago Railroad Company, Lake Shore and 
Michigan Southern Railway Company, 
under track elevation ordinance of June 
25th, 1906; acceptance of Pennsylvania 
Company, under ordinance of October 
1st, 1906; and acceptance of the South 
Park Commissioners, under ordinance of 
October 30th, 1905, as amended by ordi- 
nances of January 22d, 1906, and April 
7th, 1906. 

Which was placed on file. 

ALSO, 

A report containing the following list 
of failures on the part of grantees un- 
der ordinances to file acceptances and 
bonds thereunder within the time there- 
in prescribed: 

Fred E. Lee, ordinance of July 9, 1906, 
to string wires, and John Hardin, ordi- 
nance of July 9, 1906, to string wires. 

Which was placed on file. 

ALSO, 
A communication from F. B. Macom- 
ber and Geo. S. Whyte, and a communi- 
cation from Horace A. Stocker protesting 
against the passage of the proposed or- 
dinance authorizing the Chicago and 
Northwestern Railway Company to build 
a new passenger station, which Avere 

Referred to the Committee on Streets 
and Alleys, West Division. 

ALSO, 

A communication from August E. 
Cans concerning alleged gross deception 
in the sale of coffee, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Health 
Department. 

ALSO, 

Two petitions from citizens of the 
Twenty-first Ward for the purchase of 
electric power for street lighting by the 
city from the Sanitary District of Chi- 
cago, which were 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

The Commissioner of Public Works pre- 
sented the following communication 
and order: 



October 29, 



1796 



[190S 



Department of Public Works, 
Chicago, October 29, 1906. 
To the Mayor and City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

I deem it necessary and advisable to 
lay water mains in various streets, and 
respectfully ask the passage of the fol- 
lowing order: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby au- 
thorized to lay water mains in the fol- 
lowing streets: 

In Marquette avenue, from 77th street 
southward 170 feet; size, 8 inches; prob- 
able cost, including hydrants and basins, 
$255.00, Pays 10 cents. 

In Tripp avenue, from Dunning street 
northward 440 feet; size 8 inches; prob- 
able cost, including hydrants and basins, 
$660.00. Pays 10 cents. 

Respectfully, 
Wm. L. O'Connell, 
Commissioner of Public Works. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
recommendation and pass the order 
therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
as recomm,ended was thereby passed. 

The Superintendent of Transportation 
presented a communication and ordi- 
nance amending Section 979 of the Re- 
vised Code of 1905, concerning the hours 
for closing bridges over the Chicago 
River, which were 

Referred to the Committee on Harbors, 
Wharves and Bridges. 

ALSO, 

A communication and ordinances pro- 
viding for minimum time service on all 
the street car lines of the city, which 
were 

Referred to the Committee on Local 
Transportation. 

The Board of Trustees of the Police 
Pension Fund presented its quarterly re- 
port for the month of October, 1906, 

Which was placed on file. 



All Matters Presented by the Aldermen, 
Also Special Assessment, Improvement 
and Repealing Ordinances Submitted 
by the Board of Local Improvements, 
Arranged as to Ward Numbers, Begin- 
ning with the First Ward. 

FIRST WARD. 

Aid. Coughlin presented the claim of 
Michael J. Coughlin, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 
The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for curbing, grading and ma- 
cadamizing the present roadway of 21st 
street from Michigan avenue to Calumet 
avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Kenna, the estimate V/as approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey,-Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, -Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

'Nays — Br ennan — 1 . 

ALSO, 

A recommendation, estimate and ordi- 
nance for a cement sidewalk on both sides 
of Plymouth court, from Van Buren 
street to Polk street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Coughlin, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas^-Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, ]Marl!n, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 



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1906 



Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lertou, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herliliy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Br ennan — 1 . 

FOURTH WARD. 

Aid. Dailey presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed : 

Ordered, That the Board of Local Im- 
provements be and they are hereby di- 
rected not to issue contract for cement 
sidewalks on 31st street, from Stewart 
avenue to Loomis street, in the Fourth 
Ward, until May 15th, 1907. 

Aid. Richert presented the following 
orders, which were, on motion, duly 



Ordered, That the Board of Local Im- 
provements be and they are hereby di- 
rected to defer the letting of a contract 
for cement sidewalks on a system of 
streets in the Fourth Ward under dock- 
et No. 31332 until the 15th day of May, 
1907. 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to issue a permit to Anton Olsze- 
wski and James Doyle to pave 33d street 
with asphalt, from Halsted street to 145 
feet west thereof; said work to be done 
to the satisfaction and approval of the 
Commissioner of Public Works ; provided, 
however, that before said permit is issued 
the said E. F. Rennacker shall enter into 
a bond in the sum of ten thousand dol- 
lars ($10,000), to be approved by the 
said Commissioner of Public Works, to 
indemnify the City of Chicago against 
all loss or damage by reason of the grant- 
ing of said permit. 



Aid. Richert presented the claims of 
G«o. W. Appleton, John G. Uschleis and 
Edward Riley, which were 

Referred to the Committe on Finance. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for a cement sidewalk on the 
northeasterly side of Throop -street, from 
Archer avenue to 307 feet northwesterly 
of Archer avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Dailey, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Br ennan — 1. 



FIFTH WARD. 

Aid. Martin and McCormick presented 
the following order, which was, on mo- 
tion, duly passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to notify the Chicago City Rail- 
way Company to at once place more cars 
on the Archer avenue line and more cars 
on Canal street, between Archer avenue 
and 39th street. 

Aid. Martin, McCormick and Dailey 
presented an order for ten thousand dol- 
lars ($10,000.00) additional public bene- 
fits on 31st street, between Pitney court 
and Stewart avenue, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



October 29, 



1798 



[1906 



Aid. McCormick presented the claim 
of Wm. Norton, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



SEVENTH WARD. 

TIME FIXED FOR NEXT REGULAR MEETING. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
ordinance : 
Be it ordained by the City Council of' the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the next regular meet- 
ing of the City Council to be held after 
the regular meeting of Monday, October 
29th, 1906, be and the same is hereby 
fixed for Monday, isTovember 12th, 1906, 
at 7:30 P. M. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in 
full force and effect from and after its 
passage. 

Which was, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
duly passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Pick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Piley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Oonlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns. 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

Ways — Brennan — 1. 

Aid., Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That an order passed October 
22d, 1906, page 1708, directing the Comp- 
troller to pay an assessment under spe- 
cial assessment Warrant 33394 be and the 
same is hereby repealed and made of 
no effect; and, be it further 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized and directed 
to pay to the credit of special assessment 



warrant 33394 to the City Collector the 
sum of fourteen and sixty-one one-hun- 
dredths dollars ($14.61) and charge same 
to the Finance Committee Fund. This 
action is taken in accordance with the 
request of the Board of Local Improve- 
ments attached hereto. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Teas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Pick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, I^ace, 
Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized to purchase 
that portion of Block 16 lying north of 
the right-of-way of tne Chicago Terminal 
Railroad, Dewey and Vance's Sub., of the 
south half of Section 30-38-14, situated 
at the southeast corner of West 75th 
street (Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific 
Railway and Western Indiana Belt Line) 
and South Western avenue, and contain- 
ing about 1.31 acres, at a sum not to 
exceed four thousand dollars ($4,000.00), 
subject to general taxes for the year 
1906. 

This action is taken in accordance with 
the recommendation of the Commissioner 
of Public Works, City Engineers and City 
Real Estate Expert attached hereto, said 
property to be used for a site for water 
pumping station. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 



i 



October 20, 



1799 



[1906 



motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Congblin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nosvicki, Scliermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
I Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
{ Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, "Dunn, 
j Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
I Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Br ennan — 1 . 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby au- 
thorized to expend not to exceed forty 
thousand dollars ($40,000.00) for in- 
stalling water service pipes from the main 
up to and including buffalo boxes during 
the balance of the year 1906, and the 
Comptroller is ordered to pay said ex- 
pense from the water fund.-^ 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
reas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
)n, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
erton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
:]onsidine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
3ever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
'inn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Verno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Villiston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
lerlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 

adley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
lunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Eunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 



Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby au- 
thorized to issue a voucher to the M. P. 
Byrne Construction Company in the sum 
of sixteen hundred and fifty dollars 
($1,650.00), being expense for pumping 
at 73d street and Jackson Park avenue 
from June 14th to August 18th inclusive, 
and the Comptroller is ordered to pay 
tJie same from appropriation for coal for 
Jackson Park avenue pumping station. 
This action is taken in accordance with 
the recommendation of the Commissioner 
of Public Works and Superintendent of 
Sewers, and Engineer of the Board of 
Local Improvements, attached hereto. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, JJul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby au- 
thorized and directed to enter into con- 
tract with Lloyd G. Kirkland for the 
construction of a cement sidewalk and the 
pavement of Chase avenue from its pres- 
ent eastern terminus to the bulkhead in 
Lake Michigan, and for the sum of six 
hundred ninety ($690.00) dollars, and the 
Comptroller is authorized and directed 



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1906 



to pay the same out of the appropriation 
made therefor. 

Which was, by unanimous consent, on 
motion of Aid. Bennett, duly passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Kiley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Keese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

'Nays — Br ennan — 1 . 

Aid. Bennett presented the following 
orders, which were, on motion, duly 
passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby au- 
thorized to allow to the following named 
persons the number of days set opposite 
their names, being for time lost on ac- 
count of illness and absence from duties 
as water inspectors, in accordance with 
the recommendation of the Commissioner 
of Public Works, attached hereto: 
Thomas Brudenell, 9 days; Albert Fran- 
kel, 7 days; Willliam Leonard, 12 days; 
John F. McCaffery, 7 days ; Albert Tre- 
dick, 5 days; Thomas F. Enright, 12 
days. 

Ordered, That the Board of Local Im- 
provements be and it is hereby authorized 
to employ sub-paving inspectors to the 
extent of 450 months for the^year 1906, 
and the Comptroller is ordered to pay 
the additional expense of said inspection, 
over and above the amount appropriated 
therefor, from appropriations for the 
Board of Local Improvements, Account 
35-A, in accordance with the request of 



the Board of Local Improvements at- 
tached hereto. Wk 

Ordered, That the Board of Local Im- 
provements be and it is hereby authorized 
to allow seven days' time to John P» 
Gaffney, deducted on account of absence 
from duties caused by illness, in ac- 
cordance with the recommendation of 
said Board of Local Improvements at- 
tached hereto, and the Comptroller is 
ordered to pay the same. 

Ordered, That the General Superinten- 
dent of Police be and he is hereby au- 
thorized to appoint .six additional hos- 
tlers, in accordance with his request of 
October 25th, 1906, attached hereto, and 
the Comptroller is ordered to pay the 
salaries of the same from appropriation 
for the police department. 

Ordered, That the City Clerk be and 
he is hereby authorized to allow fifteen 
days' time to R. F. Wilk, absent from du- 
ties on account of illness, in accordance 
with the recommendation of the City 
Clerk attached heret0,^nd the Comp- 
troller is ordered to pay the same from 
the appropriation from the City Clerk's 
office. 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized and directed 
to make the following transfers of ap- 
propriation for intercepting sewers, in 
accordance with the request of the Com- 
missioner of Public Works, and the City 
Engineer attached hereto : From account 
42 Ex., restoration of Jackson Park ave- 
nue, 64th street to 73d street to Account 
42 Ex., reversal of sewers South Shore, 
the sum of five thousand dollars 
($5,000). 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized and directed 
to make the following transfers of ap- 
propriations for the Bureau of Sewers, 
in aecordance with the request of the 
Commissioner of Public Works attached 
hereto: from account 34 DD 2, Sixty- 
ninth Street Pumping Station, supplies 
and coal, $500.00 ; from account 34 DD 5, 



October 29, 



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Woodlawn Pumping Station, supplies, 
$246.75; from account 34 BD 9, Seven- 
tieth -Street Pumping Station, supplies, 
$357.70; from account 34 DD 12, Seven- 
ty-tliird Street Pumping Station, sup- 
plies, 179,65; from account 34 DD 14, 
Kensington Pumping Station, coal, $300; 
from account 34 DD 15, Kensington 
Pumping Station, supplies, $100; from 
account 34 EE 4, Kensington Pumping 
Station repairs and renewals, $175; from 
account 34 DD 17, Pullman Pumping 
Station, count, $800; from account 34 
DD 18, Pullman Pumping Station, sup- 
plies, $400; from account 34 EE 1, Wood- 
lawn Pumping Station, repairs and re- 
newals, $400; from account 34 EE 2, 
Seventieth Street Pumping Station, re- 
pairs and renewals, $700; from account 
34 EE 3, Seventy-third Street Pumping 
station, repairs and renewals, $489.22; 
from account 34 EE 6, Sixty-ninth Street 
Pumping Station, repairs and renewals, 
$600; from account 34 EE 11, Jackson 
Park Avenue Pumping Station, repairs 
and renewals, $1,500; from account 34 
GG 2, relaying sewers and drains in May 
and Carpenter streets, 69.th street to 70th 
street, $800, to account 34 FF 1, repair- 
ing sewers, salaries, $7,548.41; 

From account 34 DD 19, power and at- 
tendance at plant, 64th street and Went- 
worth avenue^ $4,000; from account 34 
DD 21, Jackson Park Avenue Pumping 
Station, salaries, $3,400; from account 
34 DD 23, Jackson Park Pum.ping Sta- 
tion, supplies, $1,200, to account 34 PP, 
cleaning sewers, salaries, $8,600; 

From account 34 EE 1, Woodlawn 
Pumping Station, repairs and renewals, 
$577, to account 34 DD 6, Woodlawn 
Pumping Station, fuel, $577; 

From account 34 EE 4, Kensington 
Pumping Station, repairs and renewals, 
$25, to acount 34 00, house drains, other, 
$25. 

Ordered, That an order passed October 
22, 1906, and shown at page 1706, right 
hand column, authorizing the employment 
of three additional inspectors in the Bu- 



reau of Sewers, be and the same is here- 
by amended as follows: 

In the third line strike out the word 
"mason" and insert in lieu thereof the 
words "house drain." 

Aid. Bennett presented an order au- 
thorizing the Fire Marshal to enter into 
a contract with the Manitowoc Dry Dock 
Company to furnish and deliver a new 
fire boat for $100,000. 

Aid. CuUerton moved that considera- 
tion thereon be deferred two weeks. 
The motion prevailod. 

Aid. Bennett presented the claim of 
Wm. Cummings, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



EIGHTH WARD. 

Aid. Moynihan presented an ordinance 
directing the Commissioner of Health to 
make a contract for the removal of stag- 
nant water, offal, etc., which was 

Referred to the Committee on Health 
Department. 

Aid. Derpa presented the following 
ordinance : 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the sidewalk grade 
on the north side of 135th street, between 
Erie avenue and the first alley east, and 
on the east side of Erie avenue, between 
135th street and 136th street, be and the 
same is hereby changed from six (6) feet 
above city datum to seven (7) feet above 
city datum. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after 
its passage. 

Which was, on motion of Aid. Derp-i, 
duly passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Teas — Kenna, Conghlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 



October 29, 



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Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Islays — ^Brennan — 1. 

Aid. Derpa presented an order and pe- 
tition for sidewalks on Stony Island ave- 
nue, 83d street, 82d street, Elast End 
avenue and Anthony avenue, which were 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

The Board of Local Improvements 
submitted a recommendation, estimate 
and ordinance for filling and paving with 
blast furnace slag Torrence avenue, from 
9 feet north of 110th street to the south 
line of Section 25, Town 37 North, Range 
14 East of the Third Principal Meridian. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Derpa, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas and 
nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Ooughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

'Nays — rBr ennan — 1 . 

ALSO, 

A recommendation, estimate and ordi- 
nance for a cement sidewalk on the south- 
easterly side of Cheltenham place, from 
Coles avenue to 79th street. 



By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Derpa, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 



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NINTH WARD. 



Aid. Harris presented the following 
orders, which were, on motion, duly 
passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby directed 
to issue a permit to Henry Ptatt Boiler 
& Machine Company, 869-77 South Hal- 
sted street, to use water plug once a 
month for a period of half an hour each 
time. 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to issue permit to I. Josephs to 
erect and maintain a barber pole in 
front of premises No. 347 14th street. 
Said pole to be erected in accordance with 
the rules and regulations of the De- 
partment of Public Works and said per- 
mit to be subject to revocation by the 
Mayor at any time in his discretion. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for a cement sidewalk on the 
south side of West 12th street, from 60 
feet west of South Morgan street to 80 
feet west of South Morgan street. 

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Aid. Harris, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

YeaS' — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Ck)nlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1 . 



TENTH WARD. 

Aid. Scully and Hurt presented an or- 
der for the opening of Throop street 
across the tracks of certain railroads now 
being elevated, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Track 
Elevation. 

Aid. Hurt presented the claim of Alois 
Vana, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



ELEVENTH WARD. 

Aid. Cullerton presented the following 
resolution, which was, on motion, duly 
adopted : 

Whereas, The public press records 
from time to time a large number of 
accidents, many of them fatalities, by 
reason of people coming in contact with 
live wires falling from the poles of the 
street railway companies; therefore, 

Resolved, That the local transportatio-i 
Now, therefore 



investigator be and he is hereby requested 
to ascertain whether there exists any 
method by which said wires could be 
protected, so as to prevent such acci- 
dents, and further to report his conclu- 
sions at the earliest possible date to the 
Council. 

Aid. Cullerton presented the following 
resolution, which was, on motion, duly 
adopted: 

Whereas, The Union Traction Com- 
pany, notwithstanding the inclement 
weather, continues to operate open cars 
in the eleventh ward to the detriment of 
the health of the citizens; therefore. 

Resolved, That the local transportation 
investigator be and is hereby requested to 
notify the railroad officials to forthwith 
discontinue the operation of open cars 
in said ward. 

Aid. Cullerton presented an order pro- 
viding that salaries of general corpora- 
tion inspectors shall be fixed at $1,800 
for the year 1907; and a resolution 
against the use of the water fund for tha 
payment of construction work on inter- 
cepting sewers, which were 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Cullerton preseiited the claims of 
The Cable Co. and Mary Griffin, which 
were 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



TWELFTH WARD. 

Aid. Zimmer presented the following 
preliminary draft of a form for the pro- 
posed ordinances governing the lines of 
the Chicago General Railway Company, 
which was ordered published and referred 
to the Committee on Local Transporta- 
tion : 



he it ordained hy the City Council of the City of Chicago : 
AUTHORITY. , 
(*) Section 1. That in consideration of the acceptance by the Company 



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2 of this ordinance, subject to all of the provisions, conditions, requirements and 

3 limitations hereof, consent, permission and authority are hereby granted to the 

4 Company, its lessees, successors and assigns, to construct, reconstruct, maintain 

5 and operate a system of street railways in, upon and along the streets and public 
*6 Avaysor portions thereof, as follows: In, upon and along Twenty-second street 

7 from the westerly line of Wabash avenue to the westerly line of South 40th 

8 avenue. In and along Throop street from the right of way of the Chicago Pas- 

9 senger Railway Company in Twenty-first street southerly to Main street, thence 

10 in and along Main street to Thirty-first street, thence along private right of way 

11 to Laurel street, thence south in Laurel street to 39th street; In and along Ash- 

12 land avenue from the northerly line of Twenty-second street to the right of way 

13 of the Chicago City Railway Company in Archer avenue; In and along Rockwell 

14 street from the right of way of the Chicago General Railway Company m Twenty- 

15 second street to the southerly line of of Twenty-sixth street; In and along 

16 Twenty-fifth street from the said tracks in Rockwell street to the westerly line 

17 of Lawndale avenue; In and along Lawndale avenue from the tracks in Twenty- 

18 fifth street to the north bank of the Drainage Canal; and in and along Kedzie 

19 avenue from the northerly line of Twenty-second street to the southerly Ime of 

20 Kedzie avenue. 

RECONSTRUCTION. fl 

(*) Section 2. The Company shall proceed at once to reconstruct portions 

2 of its track and roadbed and put its entire street railway system, plant and 

3 equipment in first-class condition, in full compliance with the specifications and 

4 provisions for such work hereto attached, marked "Exhibit B" and made a part 

5 of this ordinance, with the same force and effect as though herein fully set forth 

6 and to operate and maintain said system in accordance with thB provisions o 

7 this ordinance and of said ''Exhibit B." (Note : "Exhibit B" will contam detailed 

8 provisions as to construction, equipment and service. 

9 Such provisions of this ordinance as are in the nature of specifications shall 

10 be given at all times full force and effect, except in cases, if any, in which they 

11 conflict with express provisions of "Exhibit B," in which cases the latter shall 
19 prevail The provisions of this ordinance and those of "Exhibit B," however 

13 shall be construed together, and both, so far as practicable, be given full effect 

14 throughout the life of this ordinance, but nothing in them contained shall prevent 

15 the Company, with the consent and under the supervision of the Board of Engm- 

16 eers hereinafter provided for, from using more expensive or better materials 

17 than those therein provided, or from making usual or desirable improvements in 

18 its street railway system in addition to those therein specified. 

EXTENSIONS. 
Section 3. The said City shall have the right, subject to the limitations 

2 contained in this ordinance and the exhibits attached hereto, at any time to re- 

3 quire the Company to make extensions of and additions to the lines of street 

4 railway enumerated herein in Section 1. Such extensions and additions shall 

5 be made under the supervision of the said Board of Supervising Engineers, as 
G hereinafter in Section 7 provided, and the cost thereof shall be determined as pro- 

7 vided in said section. The character and quality of such work shall comply with 

8 the specifications set forth in said "Exhibit B," so far as the same may be appU- 

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MOTIVE POWER. 

Section 4. The motive power to be used in the operation of said street rail- 

2 ways shall be electricity, applied by the overhead contact trolley system or 

3 otherwise, as more particularly set forth in said "Exhibit B"; provided that the 

4 said City (subject to the limitations contained in Section .. hereof), at any 

time after years from the date of the acceptance of this ordinance, may 

require by ordinance, that the Company shall operate any of its street railways, 
herein authorized, by electric power transmitted through conductors carried in 
conduits below the surface of the street and between and underneath the rails, 
or by such other motive power or manner of using electric power as the Board 
of Supervising Engineers shall approve and recommend. 

USE OF POLES, CONDUITS, ETC. 

Section 5. The Company may use its trolley poles, feeder poles, trolley 
wires, feeder wires and the conduits authorized and provided for in said ''Exhibit 
B," for all purposes connected with the operation of its street railways, such 
as power, light, heat and signals. For such purposes the Company may connect 
such conduits, poles and wires with its transmission and feeder wires, power 
plants, substations, car houses, repair shops or other property of the Company, 
and with any transmission, feeder or other wires of any other individual or 
corporation. 

Joint Use with the City. 

The said City shall have the right, without the payment of any compensa- 
tion therefor, during the life of this ordinance, to use the poles of the Company 
to carry the signal, telephone, telegraph or electric light wires and lamps of 
the said City, provided that wires carrying over 1,000 volts shall not be used 
upon such poles of the Company. The transmission wires of the said City fo- 
such purposes shall be placed on poles of the Company, on that side of each street 
or way (where poles are located on both sides thereof) designated by the said 
Board of Supervising Engineers, without cost or expense to the Company but 
the Company shall repair and maintain its poles as one of the operating expenses 
of the said street railway system under this ordinance; provided, that the said 
City shall indemnify and save harmless the Company against' and from all 
damages, judgments, costs or expenses which the Company may suffer by reason 
of any negligence of the said City in installing, maintaining or using its said 
^ires and lamps upon said poles. 

SUBWAYS. 

Section 6. (All provisions as to subways omitted from this draft because 
the proposed subways do not reach the territory covered by this railway.) 

CITY TO HAVE SUPERVISION OF REHABILITATION. 

Section 7. All of the construction, re-construction, equipment, re-equip- 
ment, extensions and additions to plant and property provided for or required 
by this ordinance or said "Exhibit B,» including underground trolleys new lines 
extensions, and other additions to plant and property, shall be done' performed 
and acquired by the Company under the direction and supervision of' said Board 
of Supervising Engineers, and the cost and expense thereof shall be borne and 



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7 paid by the Company,, but no payment therefor shall be made without the written 

8 approval of said Board. 

9 The Company shall purchase materials and employ engineers, superintend- 

10 ents, clerks, foremen and workmen and shall pay all expenses of every nature, in- 

11 eluding legal expenses, necessary to the proper, complete and prompt performance 

12 of the above mentioned work, including, also, claims for damages for injuries to 

13 persons and property arising or growing out of accidents occurring during the 

14 prosecution of said work and incident thereto, upon the lowest advantageous 

15 terms and subject to the approval of the said Board of Supervising Engmeers, 

16 and to the actual amount paid by the Company in and about carrying out each 

17 and all of the requirements of this Section, shall be added .... per cent, of 

18 such amount as a fair and proper allowance to the Company for conducting the 

19 said work and furnishing said equipment and for its services in procuring funds 

20 therefor. 

21 The said Board of Supervising Engineers shall, on or before the tenth day 

22 of each month, make a report in writing, dated the first day of such month to 

23 the City Comptroller of the amount of money actually expended durmg the 

24 previous month by the Company in and about carrying out the requirements of 

25 this Section, together with said per cent, of such amounts ; and the 

26 interest provided in Section . . hereof as a deduction from gross receipts shall 

27 begin to run upon the total amount of each such certificate from and after the 

28 date thereof. . 

29 The total amount so certified by the said Board of Supervising Engineers 

30 (including the said additional per cent, thereof as hereinabove provided) shall be 

31 final and binding upon both parties hereto and shall be conclusively held and 

32 taken as the cost of the said construction, reconstruction, equipment, re-equip- 

33 ment, extensions and additions to plant and property, underground trolleys, 

34 new lines, and other additions to plant and property, which shall be paid by 

35 the said City upon the taking over of the said street railway system as m this 

36 ardinance provided. 

37 The said Board of Supervising Engineers shall have power to determine 

38 what work shall be treated as construction, reconstruction, equipment, re-equip- 

39 ment, extensions, new lines, underground trolleys or additions to plant or prop- 

40 erty to be paid for by the Company out of the capital funds to be provided by r. 

41 for that purpose, and what shall be treated as repairs and renewals, to be paid 

42 for out of the gross receipts of the Company from the operation of the street 

43 railway system hereby authorized. 

REMOVAL OF TRACKS. 

(*) Section 8 If the Company shall hereafter cease to operate over any 
of its tracks er any portion thereof, it shall remove such unused tracks upon the 
order of the City Council. Failure to operate cars for the carriage of passengers 
at least once within every hour of each day between the hours of six (6) A. M. 
and eio-ht (8) P. M. over any part of a street or public place m which tracks 
of the Company are laid, shall be treated as a cessation of operation of its tracks 
in such part of street or public place within the meaning of this Section, unless 
such operation is interfered with by unavoidable accidents, labor strikes or liti- 
y nation brought without connivance of the Company; provided, however, that 
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or tuni-oiits or of connecting tracks authorized by this ordinance or the exhibits 
hereto to be constructed and maintained for use during rush hours or for emerg- 
ency use in case of fire or accident, or such tracks as may be necessary for a 
connection with the Company's property used for street railway purposes. 

In every case of removal of tracks as aforesaid, the Company shall restore 
the street or public way to the condition of the other portions thereof, all at 
its own expense. 

If the Company shall fail within a reasonable time to remove any such 
tracks on order of the Commissioner of Public Works, the said City may remove 
them, charging the expense thereof to the Company; provided, however, that 
nothing in this section contained shall relieve the Company from its ohligltions 
at all times to render adequate service on its street railways. 

RIGHT TO SELL UNNECESSARY PROPERTY. 

Section 9. The Company shall not hereafter sell any of the property be- 
longing to it at the time of the passage of this ordinance or thereafter acquired 
by it as an addition to or extension of, or for use in connection with its said 
street railways, except as the same may become unnecessary or unadapted to 
the proper operation and maintenance of said street railways under the terms 
of this ordinance, and before making any such sale the Company shall secure 
the written approval of such sale by the said Board of Supervising Engineers, 
and such written approval of said Board shall be conclusive of the right of the 
Company to sell and transfer complete title to the purchaser, who shall not be 
obliged to look to the application of the proceeds of such sale. 

In the event of any such sale made during the period of reconstruction, the 
proceeds shall be deducted from the amount allowed to the Company for such 
reconstruction, and in the event of a sale after such reconstruction is completed 
the proceeds thereof shall be deposited with the depositary named in Section 
of this ordinance and shall constitute a part of the reserve fund provided for in 
said section. 



SERVICE REGULATIONS. 

Section 10. The Company hereby agrees to comply with all reasonable 

2 regulations of the service of the said street railway system, which may be ap- 

3 proved by the said Board of Supervising E'ngineers, so as to give to the public 

4 the best service practicable. 

Style of Cars. 

5 All passenger cars operated by the Company shall be used for the carriage 

6 of passengers only. All cars hereafter built or purchased shall be of the be^'st 

7 and most approved finish, style and design; they shall have center aisles- thuy 

8 shall be without running footboards along the sides, and shall be equipped with 

9 sufficient motor capacity. Cross-seats facing forward shall be used, but longi- 
tudmal seats, each seating not more than four passengers, may be used at the 
ends of the cars. All closed cars shall be vestibuled, and shall be of the style 
and description specified and provided in said "Exhibit B," and at least 
cars of such description shall be acquired by and placed in operation upon the 
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16 the Company. 

Push Buttons. 

17 All cars hereafter purchased and operated by the Company shall be supplied 

18 with a sufficient number of electric bells, connections and push buttons to enable 

19 passengers without inconvenience to notify the conductor of their desire to leave 

20 the car. 

Fenders. 

21 All cars shall be equipped with such fender devices, headlights and sand- 

22 boxes as the Board of Supervising Engineers shall approve and require. 

Brakes. 

23 Bach double-truck car shall be equipped with two. sets of brakes, one of 

24 which shall be a hand-brake and the other an '^''''^\^''lT'"'''VStZl' 

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26 brL or other brake approved by the Board of Supervising Engineers. 

Cleanliness and Ventilation. 

27 Said cars shall at all times be kept clean and in good repair, and shall be 

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Heating. 



29 The said cars shall be kept heated at the temperature of fifty ( 50 ) degrees 

30 Fahrenheit, as nearly as practicable, and each car shall contain ajtandard ther- 

31 nleter appropriately placed to enable passengers to see that this provision is 

32 complied with. 

Lighting. • • • • 

33 All cars (operated by electricity) shall during the hours between sui^et 
! and funrise, or other hours of darkness, be kept well and sufficiently illuminated 

35 by el-tric light or other iUuminant approved by said Board of Supervising 

36 Engineers. 

Signs. 

37 Each car shall bear appropriate and conspicuous signs "P™"*' .«'"j 

38 ends so placed as to indicate, both day and night, the route and destmation of 

39 such car. At night such signs shall be illuminated. 

Advertisements. 

The Company may permit advertisements in its cars, but no -^^^^ 

shall be placed upon the outside of any car, and only such space sh.ll be used 

.. for advertisements on the inside of cars as may be approved as to size and 

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Funeral Cars and Mail Cars. 

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46 the carriage of mail. 

Single Cars Only. 

47 Every electric car shall be in charge and under the control of two competent 

48 men, a motorman and a conductor, and shall be operated singly, except when 

49 otherwise expressly authorized by the City Council of said City. 

RATES OF FARE. 

("=■) Section 11. The Company, except as to chartered cars to private 
parties and as in this ordinance provided, shall be entitled to charge passengers, 
during the term of this ordinance, the following rates of fare, to wit : 

For a continuous trip in one general direction, within the present limits of 
the City, over its street railways covered by this ordinance and all extensions 
thereof (whether owned, leased or operated by it) the sum of five cents (5c) for 
each passenger twelve years of age or over, and three cents (3c) for each pas- 
senger under twelve (12) years of age; provided that children under seven (7) 
years of age accompanied by parent or guardian shall be permitted to ride free. 

Universal Transfers. 

Every such passenger may demand and upon such demand shall receive from 
the conductor of the car upon which he first takes passage, or from some author- 
ized agent of the Company, a transfer. Said transfer shall entitle such passen- 
ger to ride upon any other specified line of said street railway system owned, 
leased or operated by the Company, which connects with, crosses, intersects or 
comes within a distance of two hundred (200) feet of the line of said street rail- 
way upon which the passenger first took passage and paid his fare. 

The payment of a single fare shall not entitle a passenger to reverse his 
general direction of travel. If necessary to enable a passenger to reach his destin- 
ation the conductor or other authorized agent of the Company shall issue without 
additional charge, a transfer upon a transfer, the same as required upon payment 
of a cash fare; the intention being that for a single fare the Company shall 
carry any passenger for a single continuous ride over any of the said lines of 
street railway owned, operated or leased by it, within the present limits of the 
said City, so long as such ride is in the same general direction, although some 
of the lines necessary to be used by such passenger in arriving at his destination 
intersect or cross one another; but the Company shall not be obliged to give 
any transfer to any passenger who could reach his destination without such trans- 
fer, by using a through car or a less circuitous route. 

In every instance the transfer given to a passenger may designate the point 
or place of transfer, and the same must be used at such point or place, within 
a reasonable time, not exceeding fifteen (15) minutes after such point or place 
IS reached by the car from which the passenger is transferred, provided that 
within said fifteen minutes a car shall pass such point or place of transfer in 
the direction and upon the route indicated by said transfer. A passenger upon 
any car unreasonably delayed through the fault, negligence or inability of the 
Company shall be entitled to receive a transfer to a car upon the nearest line of 
the Company going in .the same general direction as the delayed car. 

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40 covered or authorized by the said ordinance to the Chicago City Railway Com- 

41 pany and the Company, herein- 

42 above referred to as presented for passage in the City Council of said City, con- 

43 currently with this ordinance, and which lines connect with any of said lines of 

44 the Company, under the same conditions and with like effect as though both 

45 lines of street railway were owned by the Company and the transfers were 

46 issued under the foregoing provisions of this ordinance, upon condition that the 

47 corporation issuing such transfers will accept and honor, at such transfer point 

48 upon its street railway lines, transfers issued by the Company to its passengers. 

49 The said proposed arrangement contemplates that in every instance the 

50 street railway company accepting any such transfer shall give to the passenger 

51 presenting it the same accommodations and the same transfers, if requested, 

52 to its other line or lines, aa such passenger would be entitled to receive if he had 

53 paid a cash fare. 

54 The City Council will by ordinance with appropriate penalties provide against 

52 the use of street railway transfer privileges by sale, barter, gift or otherwise. 

53 The Company, acting by itself or in conjimction with the other companies 

54 to which the provisions of this Section apply, may with the approval of the 

55 said Board of Supervising Engineers, adopt reasonable rules and regulations not 

56 inconsistent with the provisions of this ordinance, for the transfer of passengers 

57 as provided for herein, and for the prevention of the fraudulent use of transfer 

58 privileges. 

NO PASSES, EMPLOYES, POLICEMEN AND FIREMEN FREE. 

Section 12. No passes of any kind or description shall be issued or given 

2 to any person, and no person, except employes of the Company, policemen and 

3 firemen, respectively in full uniform, shall be permitted to ride upon any street 

4 railway without the payment of the full rate of fare prescribed in this ordinance; 

5 provided that the Company may issue to its employes free tickets for use while 

6 engaged in the performance of their duties. The Company shall keep a record 

7 of the number of such free tickets and to whom issued. 

THROUGH ROUTES. 

(*) :Section 13. Whenever the said City shall grant to the Company and 

2 to the corporation operating a street railway northwards from Twenty -second 

3 street and southwards from Thirty-eighth street in Kedzie avenue a license or 

4 franchise to connect their lines in said avenue with the lines of this Company, 

5 the Company will co-operate with such other corporation to operate a through 

6 line of cars in said avenue; and, also, whenever the said city shall grant to the 

7 Company and to the corporation operating a street railway northwards from 

8 Twenty- second street and southwards from^ Archer avenue, in Ashland avenue, a 

9 license or franchise to connect their lines in said avenue with the lines of this 

10 Company, the Company shall co-operate with such other corporation to operate 

11 a through line of cars in said avenue; and said corporations shall thereafter 

12 operate and maintain said through lines of cars in the said streets and avenues, 

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If the said City or any of the companies operating said through routes shall 
at any time desire tO' have any through route discontinued, or to have any addi- 
tional through route established, or any discontinued through route re-established, 
what the traffic warrants shall be the test of the reasonableness of any such dis- 
continuance, establishment or re-establishment. If the companies and the said 
City shall differ and fail to agree touching any such discontinuance, establish- 
ment or restablishment of a through route, such matter of difference shall be 
referred to the Board of Supervising Engineers, and their decisions shall be 
binding upon the companies and the said City. 

The through routes herein mentioned shall be established and put in opera- 
tion immediately after the necessary reconstruction of the tracks covered by 
such routes. 

To carry out the establishment of the through lines provided for in this 
section, the Company will enter into a reasonable operating agreement approved 
by the said Board of Supervising Engineers, with any other corporation or cor- 
porations concerned, whenever required by the said City. Upon the establish- 
ment of through lines, the transfer of passengers at the points of connection of 
the tracks of the two companies upon such streets may be discontinued, but shall 
be re-establishing in case such through routes are for any cause discontinued. 
Passengers upon the through cars operated upon any through routes, while trav- 
eling over the tracks of each company shall be entitled to the same facilities as 
to transfers as such companies shall be required to give to their own passengers 
paying cash fares. 

STREET SPRINKLING AND CLEANING. 

Section 14. The Company shall sprinkle, sweep, keep clean and free from 
snow that portion of each of the streets occupied by its right-of-way, as provided 
in "Exhibit B," and if it shall be found practica;ble to have the streets occupied 
by its tracks swept and sprinkled their entire width by the Company, or to have 
street sweepings, garbage or other refuse removed by means of street cars at 
night, the Company shall perform said service, or so much thereof as shall prove 
practicable, when so ordered by the Mayor and Commissioner of Public Works, 
and it shall receive for such service reasonable compensation to be fixed by the 
Board of Supervising Engineers. In case the Company is called upon to remove 
street sweepings or other refuse, the said City shall furnish suitable and con- 
venient dumping grounds and permit the connection of the Company's tracks 
therewith. The Company shall have the right to carry on suitable cars the 
snow required by this ordinance to be removed by it, and also, materials for its 
own use or for the use of the said City, and to connect its tracks and wires with 
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STREET PAVING. 

Section 15. The Company shall at its own expense, fill, grade, pave and 

2 keep in repair that portion of the streets occupied by it, as more specifically 

3 provided for in said "Exhibit B." 

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5 or repaved shall be of grooved pattern more particularly described in said "Ex- 

6 bibit B." 

MAINTENANCE, REPAIRS AND RENEWALS. 

Section 16. After the completion of the reconstruction and re-equipment 

2 particularly required by the terms of said "Exhibit B/' and until the rights con- 

3 ferred upon the Company by this ordinance are terminated by the purchase of 

4 the said street railway ,system by the said City or its licensee or by reason of 

5 the default of the Company, the Company at all times shall maintain the said 

6 street railway system and its entire equipment and appurtenances in first class 

7 conditon by making from time to time such repairs and renewals, including 

8 street paving and repairs and renewals thereof, as may be necessary or approp- 

9 riate to give to the public first class street railway service in all respects, and to 

10 this end the Company shall expend for maintenace, repairs and renewals, during 

11 each and every year the Company continues to operate said street railway system, 

12 at least the sum of Dollars, and 

13 if said amount is not so expended by the Company during any one year, then 

14 at the end of such year the unexpended portion thereof shall be deposited with 
l^ ^-^Q . Bank of the City of Chicago 

16 (hereinafter referred to as the depositary) for the purpose of being used, when- 

17 ever necessary, for such maintenance, repairs and renewals. The said depositary 

18 shall make payment out of said fund upon the order of the Company counter- 

19 signed by the said Board of Supervising Engineers. The depositary may from 

20 time to time be changed with the consent of the Company and the Board of 

21 Supervising Engineers. 

22 The whole or any portion of such reserve fund may be used for maintenance, 

23 repairs or renewals in addition to the annual expenditure for such purposes herein 

24 required. The fixing of the said amount herein, as a minimum amount to be 

25 expended annually for maintenance, repairs and renewals, shall ybt be held or 

26 considered as lessening or limiting in any way the obligation of the Company to 

27 expend whatever sum or sums may be necessary in the judgment of the said 

28 Board of Supervising Engineers to keep the ,said street railway system and 

29 equipment in first class condition in every respect and at all times. 

30 The amount so expended or deposited as a reserve fund shall be considered 

31 a part of the operating expenses of the street railway system hereby authorized, 

32 but in the event that the said street railway system shall be purchased by the 

33 said City or its licensee at any time under the provisions of this ordinance, the 

34 amount of said reserve fund in the possession of the said depositary at the time 

35 of such purchase shall be turned over to and become the property of the said 

36 City or of its said licensee. 

PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS. 

Section 17. Out of the gross receipts derived from the operation of the 

2 street railway system hereby authorized the Company shall pay as a part of the 

3 operating expenses, all claims for damages arising or growing out of injuries 

4 to persons or to the property of others incident to the operation of said street 

5 railway system accruing subsequent to the acceptance of this ordinance by the 

6 Company; and the Company may set aside as a separate fund such percentage 

7 of said gross receipts as the said Board of Supervisng Engineers shall estimate 



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8 to be sufficient to protect the Company against all such claims, to the end that 

9 if the said City, or its licensee, shall elect to purchase the street railway prop- 

10 erty of the Company as provided by this ordinance, there shall be then available 

11 to the Company a fund sufficient to meet and discharge all legitimate claims for 

12 such damages. The percentage thus reserved may be changed from time to 

13 time by said Board of Supervising Engineers if and whenever they shall consider 

14 that the percentage theretofore reserved is either inadequate or excessive. If 

15 the said City or its licensee shall purchase the property of the Company as in 

16 this ordinance provided, the Company shall retain the fund then accumulated 

17 under the provisions of this section and shall assume and pay and save the said 

18 City, or such licensee, harmless from all such claims for damages, but if the 

19 fund so retained shall not be sufficient to pay and discharge said claims in full, 

20 then the said City, or such licensee as the case may be, shall pay to the Company 

21 part of the deficit, but if the fund so retained shall be more than 

22 sufficient to pay and discharge said claims in full, then the Company shall pay 

23 to the said City or its licensee, as the case may be, part of the 

24 excess. If said fund so retained shall be exhausted before said claims are paid 

25 and discharged in full, then the said City or its licensee shall pay its said share 

26 of each remaining claim, as finally adjusted, to the Company as soon as the 

27 Company shall exhibit to it a release in full of such claim^ and in case the balance 

28 of said fund at any time remaining shall be, in the judgment of the Board of 

29 Supervising Engineers, more than sufficient to protect the Company against all 

30 then unsettled claims, the Company shall pay to thei said City, or its licensee 

31 as the case may be, its said share of the estimated excess; provided that if upon 

32 the final satisfaction of all said claims it shall appear that the said City or its 

33 licensee, as the case may be, has been overpaid on account of its share of such 

34 estimated excess, then the said City or its licensee, as the case may be, shall 

35 forthwith refund to the Company, the amount of said overpayment. 

REGULATION OF SALARIES. 

Section 18. The directors, officers, agents and attorneys of the Company 

2 as a part of the operating expenses, shall receive compensation for their services 

3 commensurate with the service actually rendered by them respectively, tak»^n 

4 into consideration the compensation paid to directors, officers, agents and attor- 

5 neys of other corporations or enterprises of similar magnitude and general char- 

6 acter for like services, but the said City by written notice thereof may object 

7 to the payment thereafter of compensation in excess of an amount or rate speci- 

8 fied in such objection to any such director, officer, agent or attorney, and in the 

9 event of a disagreement between the Company and the said City as to the proper 

10 amount to be paid as such compensation, the matter shall be submitted to the 

11 judgment of the said Board of Supervising Engineers whose decision shall be 

12 final and binding upon the parties. 

RIGHT OF CITY TO PURCHASE AT ANY TIME. 

(*) Section 19. The Company by the acceptance of this ordinance, shall 

2 and does grant to the said City, and the said City hereby reserves to itself the 

3 right, upon the first day of January of each and any year, upon giving at least six 

4 ( G ) months' previous notice in writing of its intention so to do, to purchase and 

5 take over (but only for municipal use and operation in case of purchase within 

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7 way system of the Company within the said City, including all property then exist- 

8 ing which now constitutes the said street railway system of the Company, and 

9 all property purchased or acquired by the Company after the passage of this 

10 ordinance, and also all extensions of and additions (including underground trol- 

11 leys, if any) to said street railways made under the provisions of this ordinance. 

Price to be Paid by City. 

12 In case the said City shall purchase and take over the street railway system 

13 of the Company, as in this ordinance provided, then it shall pay for the same the 

14 aggregate of the following items: 

15 1. The value of the property described in the inventory filed with the en- 

16 gineers representing the said City, a copy of which was filed with the Comptroller 

17 of the said City, on the day of A. D. 1906, and the value of 

18 all the franchises, rights and claims of every description, to construct, main- 

19 tain or operate street railways in the said City now belonging to the Company, 

20 or claimed by it, which said value of such property and all of said franchises, 

21 rights and claims is hereby fixed (for the purpose of such purchase) at the sum 

22 of Dollars ($ ) . 

23 2. The value of any and all property and equipment purchased or acquired 

24 by the Company since the day of July, A. D. 1906, and not in- 

25 eluded in the said inventory, which value shall be determined by the Board of 

26 Supervising Engineers immediately preceding the assumption by. said Board of 

27 their duties in supervising the work of reconstruction and re-equipment in this 

28 ordinance provided for, and shall be reported by said Board to the City Comp- 

29 troller of said City; and the amount so reported by said Board shall be final and 

30 binding upon the parties hereto and shall be conclusively held and taken as the 

31 value of the property and equipment in this paragraph specified. 

32 3. The cost of reconstruction and re-equipment of said street railway lines 

33 of the Company and of the construction of new lines, extensions, underground 

34 trolleys, subways and other additions to property as determined by the Board 

35 of Supervising Engineers as in Section 7 hereof provided. / 

Payment or Deposit of Purchase Price. 

36 Upon the payment in cash of the total amount hereinbefore in this section 

37 provided for, to the Company, or the deposit of said amount with either of the 

38 banks herein named to the order of the Company, after the notice and upon 

39 any of the dates hereinbefore fixed, the said City shall have full right and lawful 

40 authority to take over and possess, as its own property, all the property and 

41 equipment of every sort and nature, then constituing the street railway system 

42 of the Company, free and clear of all liens and claims of every nature, except 

43 as hereinafter expressly provided. 

44 The property to the possession of which the said City shall then be entitled shall 

45 include all of the property then existing which constitutes the street railway 

46 system of the Company and its appurtenances at the date of the passage of this 

47 ordinance, and all of the property purchased or acquired thereafter by the Com- 

48 pany, and all extensions or additions to said street railways, including under- 

49 ground trolleys, constructed under the provisions of this ordinance, and the 

50 sum then on deposit with the depositary, as a reserve fund, under the provisions 

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CITY PURCHASE DURING RECONSTRUCTION PERIOD. 



(^^) Section 20. In the event that the said City shall elect to exercise 
its right of purchase, as in this ordinance provided, at any time prior to the 
completion of said work of construction, reconstruction, equipment and re-equip- 
ment provided for in said "Exhibit B," it shall take over the same subject to the 
right and obligation of the Company to complete the said work as provided in 
this ordinance, carrying out the terms and conditions of said "Exhibit B" under 
the supervision and control of the said Board of Supervising Engineers and re- 
ceiving therefor the cost thereof and the additional percentage thereon as in 
Section 7 of this ordinace provided. 

In such event the said City shall pay the purchase price of said street rail- 
way property by paying to the Company, or depositing to its order, as herein 
provided ( 1 ) Dollars, the agreed value of the property, fran- 
chises, rights and claims described in subdivision 1 of Section 19 hereof, (2) the 
value (as determined, as hereinabove provided, by the Board of Supervising En- 
gineers) of the property and equipment described in subdivision 2 of said Sec- 
tion 19, and (3) the cost (as determined by the said Board as in Section 7 hereof 
provided), of all construction, reconstruction, equipment, re-equipment, exten- 
sions and additions to plant and property including underground trolleys and 
other additions to plant and property done or furnished to the date of such 
purchase; and tlie said City shall deposit at the time of such purchase with, the 

20 Bank of Chicago a sufficient amount 

21 of money to pay for the completion of the construction, reconstruction, equip- 

22 ment and re-equipment required by the provisions of this ordinance and of 
"Exhibit B," and for the completion of such underground trolleys and other 
iadditions to plant and property as may then be in process of construction, or 
may then have been contracted for with the approval of said Board of Super- 
vising Engineers, which said amount shall be estimated and determined by the 
said Board of Supervising Engineers, and shall include said additional . . per 
cent, provided for in Section 7 hereof. 

The said cost of completing the said work of construction, reconstruction, 
equipment and re-equipment, including underground trolleys and other addi- 
tions to plant and property, after the date of such purchase together with said 
additional .... per cent, thereof shall be paid from time to time by the said 

33 Bank, out of the funds so deposited with it, upon the written 

34 certificates of the said Board of Supervising Engineers. 

In the event that the said amount so deposited shall not be sufficient to pay 
the said cost, including said additional .... per cent, provided for in Section 7 
hereof, the said City shall pay such additional amount as may be necessary for 
such purpose. 

In the event that the amount so deposited shall be more than sufficient to 
pay the said cost, the unexpended balance shall be returned and paid over to' 

the said City by the said Bank, and 

in no event shall the Company be obligated to incur a greater expense for the 
work of such construction, reconstruction, equipment and re-equipment includ- 
ing underground trolleys, and other additions to plant and property, if any, 
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RIGHTS OF COMPANY IN CASE CITY DOES NOT PURCHASE FOR TWENTY 

YEARS. 

Section 21. In the event that the said street railways are not purchased 

2 by the said City prior to the expiration of twenty (20) years from and after 

3 the date of the passage of this ordinance, the said City shall have the right to 

4 designate any person, firm or corporation having lawful authority to acquire, 

5 own and operate street railways in said City as "its licensee, to purchase the 

6 said street railways of the Company at the expiration of said period of twenty 

7 years from and after the passage of this ordinance, upon the same terms that 

8 the City could then purchase, and in case such reserved right of purchase, for 

9 its own use and operation be not exercised by the said City prior to 

11 the expiration of twenty ( 20 ) years from and after the date of the 

12 passage of this ordinance, and it shall grant a right to another company 

13 to operate a street railway in the streets and parts of streets con- 

13 stituting the said street railway system of the Company, such new company 

14 shall be required to and shall purchase and take over the said street railways 

15 of the Company upon the same terms that the said City might then have taken 

16 them over. 

17 No mortgage, trust deed or other instrument given by the Company shall 

18 impose any lien upon or create any rights in the said street railway property, 

19 without the same being made specifically subject to all the limitations, condi- 

20 tions and provisions of this ordinance, including the right of the said City or its 

21 licensee to acquire the said property upon the terms and in the manner in this 

22 ordinance provided. 

INTEREST RETURN ON CAPITAL INVESTMENT. 

Section 22. On or before the first day of February in each year the Com- 

2 pany shall come to an accounting and settlement with the said City as of the 

3 thirty-first day of December last preceding, upon the following basis: 

4 From the gross receipts for the year (or part of year, in the case of the first, 

5 accounting and settlement hereunder) ending on said thirty-first day of De- 

6 cember there shall be deducted for such year: , 

7 First: (1) AH expenses of operation, including maintenance, repairs and 

8 renewals; (2) All amounts contributed during said year and then held in reserve 

9 under the provisions of Sections 16 and 17 hereof; (3) AH amounts paid out 

10 for taxes and assessments levied and imposed upon the real and personal prop- 

11 erty of the Company, including all capital stock or franchise taxes; (4) All sal- 

12 aries and expenses of the Board of Supervising Engineers by this ordinance au- 

13 thorized, after the period of reconstruction; and 

14 Second : a sum equivalent to . . per centum per annum for said preceding 

15 year (or in case of part of a year at the rate aforesaid for such part of a year) 

16 upon the amount of the purchase price which the said City would then be obli- 

17 gated to pay if it were purchasing the property on such thirty-first day of Da- 

18 cember, interest being adjusted as to items added to such purchase price during 

19 said year. In case in any year the gross receipts shall not be sufficient to pay 

20 in full the items in the first and second paragraphs of this Section mentioned^ 

21 then the deficit shall be paid out of the gross receipts of the subsequent year 

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After the deduction from the gross receipts of the items hereinbefore in this 
section mentioned^ the amount remaining shall be considered as the net receipts 
for such year arising from the operation of the street railway system hereby au- 
thorized, and such net receipts shall be divided between the Company and the 
said City in the following proportions : . . . . per cent, to be retained by the Com- 
pany, and .... per cent, to be paid by the Company to the said City, less all 
amounts paid out during the preceding year by the Company for City license 
fees, if any, exacted from the Company or its employes. 

Commutation of Fares. 

It is understood and agreed that the Company's acceptance of this ordinance 
is based upon its right to charge and receive the fares prescribed in Section 11 
hereof and to retain as its own such percentage of the net receipts as is herein- 
above in this section provided. The said City, however, reserves the right to, 
and it may at any time, commute a sum not exceeding the City's share of the net 
receipts for the previous year into a reduction of said rates of fare; and there- 
after in the event of such reduction of rates of fare the Company may deduct 
and retain as its share of the net receipts each year an amount equal to what 
would have been the Company's share of the net receipts of such year had the 
passengers carried during such year paid the fares prescribed in Section 11 of 
of this ordinance, but the Company, after deducting and retaining its share of 
said net receipts so determined, shall pay over to the said City the remainder 
if any, of the net receipts for such year less the deductions therefrom hereinabove 
provided to be made from the said City's share of the net receipts. 

City to Establish Sinking Fund for Municipal Purchase. 

It is further provided that, subject to the action of the City Council of 
said City, the said City shall deposit the amount so paid to the said City to the 
credit of a separate fund to be kept and used for the purchase and construction 
of street railways by said City. 

CAPITAL INVESTMENT LIMITATION. 

Section 23. After the completion of the construction, reconstruction, equip- 
ment and re-equipment provided for in "Exhibit B," the Company shall not be 
required on account of any underground trolleys, new construction or equipment 
of any kind or character ( other than extensions of the surface lines provided for 
in this ordinance and the equipment thereof) to increase its capital investment 
to such an extent that the interest thereon, by this ordinance authorized, would 
reduce the Company's share of the net receips, as defined in Section Twenty-two 
(22) hereof, below an amount which in the judgment of said Board of Super- 
vising Engineers would be reasonable. 

ANNUAL REPORTS. 

Section 24. The Company, so long as it continues to operate any of the 
said street railways under this ordinance, and on or before the first day of Feb- 
ruary in each year shall prepare and file with the City Comptroller of said City 
annual reports for the preceding year ending on the 31st day of December. 
Such reports shall be in writing, verified by the affidavit of the Treasurer of the 



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6 Company, setting forth in reasonable detail, according to forms prescribed by 

7 said Comptroller, the character and amount of business done by the Company 

8 for the year immediately preceding such report and the amount of receipts from 

9 and the expenses of conducting the said business, and the said City Comptroller, 

10 or accountants authorized by him, shall have the right at all reasonable times 

11 to examine all the books and records of the Company for the purpose of aseer- 

12 taining the accuracy of the reports herein required and the rights of the said 

13 City under this ordinance. 

COMPANY TO MAINTAIN OFFICE IN CITY. 

Section 25. The Company shall not remove its principal office beyond the 

2 limits of the said City, but shall maintain an office within said City so long 

3 as the Company continues to operate any part of the street railways mentioned 

4 and provided for in this ordinance under the provisions hereof. . 

FORFEITURE FOR NON-COMPLIANCE. 

Section 26. The Company, by the acceptance of tfiis ordinance, expressly 

2 agrees with the said City and obligates itself fully to comply with all of its 

3 terms and conditions throughout the period of time covered hereby, and so long 

4 as the Company continues to operate any street railways in said' City under 

5 or by virtue of the authority hereof. 

6 The Company further agrees that in the event that it shall make default in 

7 the observance or performance of any of the agreements or conditions herein re- 

8 quired to be kept and performed by it, and if any such default shall continue 

9 for a period of months (exclusive of all times during which the Com- 

10 pany may be delayed or interfered with, without its connivance, by unavoidable 

11 accidents, labor strikes or the orders or judgments of any court entered in any 

12 suit brought without its connivance) , after written notice thereof to it from the 

13 said City, then and in each and every such case, the said City by its City Council 

14 shall be entitled to declare this grant and all of the rights and privileges of the 

15 Company to maintain and operate street railways in any of the streets or public 

16 ways of the said City to be forfeited and at an end; provided, however, that 

17 should the Company, for its corporate purposes, pledge or mortgage its street 

18 railway property* or any of the rights secured to its by this ordinance, or any 

19 security representing the said property or rights, for the security of the .payment 

20 of its notes, "bonds or other evidences of indebtedness maturing within twenty 

21 (20) years after the acceptance of this ordinance, the amount thereof not being 

22 in excess of the value of all the property and rights of the Company, as defined 

23 in Section 19 hereof, such right of forfeiture of this grant by reason of any vio- 

24 lation by the Company of the provisions of this ordinance shall not be asserted 

25 or exist against such pledgee or pledgees, mortgagee*or mortgagees or any of them 

26 and shall not impair or affect the right of such pledgee or pledgees, mortgagee or 

27 mortgagees, to recover by foreclosure or other legal process against all the prop- 

28 erty of the Company, including the rights and privileges hereby granted, the face 

29 value of said notes, bonds or other evidences of indebtedness, or any security 

30 representing the said property or rights; and it is hereby stipulated that any 

31 notice of default by the Company, upon which a forfeiture shall be claimed, shall 

32 also be given by the said City to the trustee or mortgagee of record in any trust 

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34 or other sale shall acquire no other or greater rights or privileges than are here- 

35 by conferred, and such purchaser shall hold said property, so purchased at such 

36 foreclosure or other sale, subject to the right of purchase at any time there- 

37 after, as herein provided, by the said City, and also subject to the right of pur- 

38 chase by any licensee of the said City, upon the same terms as the said City 

39 might purchase and acquire said property. 

40 The said Company further expressly agrees that, by the acceptance by it 

41 of this ordinance it is obligated to complete the said work of reconstruction and 

42 re-equipment provided for in said "Exhibit B" within the time and in the manner 

43 set forth in said Exhibit (due allowance being made for any and all delays or 

44 interruptions arising without its connivance by unavoidable accidents, labor 

45 strikes, or the orders or judgments of any court entered in any suit brought 

46 without its connivance), and if the Company shall fail or neglect to proceed 

47 with the said work of reconstruction and re-equipment with all reasonable dili- 

48 gence and promptness after the acceptance of this ordinance by the Company, 

49 or to complete the said work within the time prescribed in said "Exhibit B," and 

50 said Board of Supervising Engineers shall certify to the City Council of the said 

51 City that the Company has failed or neglected to so proceed with said work of 

52 reconstruction and re-equipment, or has failed or neglected to complete the work 

53 in the time specified in "Exhibit B," the Company shall be and is obligated to 

54 pay to the said City for each day that such default or neglect shall continue, the 

55 sum of Dollars ; and if the Company shall, at any time after the ac- 

56 eeptance of this ordinance by it, fail to comply with the provisions hereof with 

57 regard to the maintenance of first class street railway service over and upon its 

58 said lines of street railways, and the said Board of Supervising Engineers shall 

59 so certify to the said City Council, the said City shall have the right to sue for 

60 and recover in any court of competent jurisdiction the sum of not less than 

61 Dollars and not more than Dollars for each 

62 and every day that such default or failure shall continue, but the payment of 

63 such penalties shall not in any manner release the liability of the Company to 

64 incur a forfeiture of all its rights and privileges under this ordinance, as here- 

65 inabove in this section provided. 

WAIVER OF RIGHTS. 



( * ) Section 27. The Company, in consideration of the grant made by this 
ordinance, upon the terms and conditions herein expressed, agrees to waive, sur- 
render and release, and by the acceptance of this ordinance, the Company does 
waive, surrender and release all and every one of the rights and claims of the 
Company of every kind and nature, in the streets of the said City under and by 
virtue of all legislative acts of the State of Illinois and of the said City, other 
than as herein granted. 

CITYS RIGHT TO INTERVENE. 

Section 28. The Company by the acceptance of this ordinance shall and 
does grant to the said City, and the said City hereby reserves to itself the right 
to intervene in any suit or proceeding brought by any person, firm or corporation 
seeking to enjoin, restrain or in any manner interfere with the Company in the 
doing of any work called for by this ordinance, or in the observance or perform- 
ance of any of the agreements or conditions herein provided to be kept or per- 



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7 formed by the Company, or in any suit to foreclose or enforce any lien, mortgage 

8 or trust deed against it and to move for a dissolution of such injunction or 

9 restraining order in such suit, or take any other appropriate steps to protect 

10 the rights of the said City in case it shall deem such action necessary or approp- 

11 riate to protect the interests of the said City. 

BOARD OF SUPERVISING ENGINEERS. 

Section 29. Immediately upon acceptance of this ordinance by the Com- 

2 pany, there shall be organized a Board of Supervising Engineers in the manner 

3 following : 

4 Within days after the acceptance of this ordinance as hereinafter pro- 

5 vided, the Company shall appoint an engineer to represent it on said Board, and 

6 shall notify the Mayor of said City, in writing, of the name and address of such 

7 engineer; and within days after such notice the said City shall appoint 

8 an. engineer as its representative on said Board (which appointment shall be 

9 made by the Mayor of the said City and shall be subject to the approval of the 

10 City Council) , and shall notify the Company in writing of the name and address 

11 of its said engineer. 

12 is hereby selected and appointed 

13 the third member of said Board. The said City or the Company may respectively, 

14 at any time and from time to time, remove its representative on said Board, and 

15 may also respectively from time to time, appoint an engineer to represent it 

16 upon said Board, whenever and as often as it shall cease to have a representative 

17 upon said Board from any cause whatsoever. No such removal -or appointment 

18 shall take effect until written notice thereof has been given to the other party 

19 by the party making such removal or appointment. 

20 Two engineers representing the said City and the Company may, at any 

21 time and from time to time, remove the third engineer from said Board, and 

22 may also select and appoint a third engineer to be a member of said Board, 

23 whenever and as often as a vacancy in said Board shall occur from the death, 

24 resignation, removal or refusal or inability to act of the third engineer upon 

25 said Board. 

26 In the event that any Vacancy in the position of third engineer upon said 

27 Board shall not be filled by the selection of a third engineer by the two engineers 

28 representing the said City and the Company within days after such vacancy 

29 shall arise, then • • • may fill such vacancy on said 

30 Board by appointing a competent engineer thereto upon the application of said 

31 City or the Company, after ten days' written notice having been given to the 

32 other party of such application. 

33 In case either the said City or the Company desires the removal of the said 

34 third engineer and the appointment of another engineer in his place, the party de- 

35 siring such removal and new appointment may, upon giving ten (10) days' writ- 

36 ten notice thereof to the other party, apply to the said for such 

37 removal, and may publicly present its reasons for asking such removal. 

38 Upon such application of either the said City or the Company, the said 

39 shall have the power, but shall not be required to remove the 

40 said third engineer. The third engineer shall not be removed by the said 

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ment herein authorized within ten days after being requested so to do, either 
the said City or the Company may upon giving ten days' written notice to the 

otlier party of its intention so to do, apply to any judge of the court 

for the appointment of such third engineer, and the judge so applied to shall have 
the power to appoint such third engineer, who, when appointed, shall be a member 
of said Board and shall be subject to removal in the manner hereinabove provided. 
A majority of said Board of Engineers shall at all times, constitute a quorum, 
and be authorized to execute the powers conferred by this ordinance on said Board. 
All words in this ordinance contained purporting to give a joint authority 
to said Board of Supervising Engineers shall be construed as giving such author- 
ity to a majority of said Board. 

Salaries and Expenses of Board. 

The said Board of Engineers shall maintain an office in the said City, and 
shall employ the necessary assistants and purchase the necessary supplies and 
materials to enable it properly to perform its duties under this ordinance. 

Each of said engineers shall be entitled to receive for his services as a mem- 
ber of said Board compensation at the rate of Dollars per 

annum, or such other rate as may be provided hereafter by agreement between 
the Company and the said City. 

The salaries and expenses of said engineers during the period of reconstruc- 
tion provided for in this ordinance shall be added to and form a part of the cost 
of such reconstruction but thereafter shall be paid out of gross receipts as an 
operating expense. 



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CITY TO RESERVE POLICE POWER. 

Section 30. Nothing in this ordinance contained shall be construed as 
depriving the said City of the right of exercising any police power which it would 
have possessed or enjoyed had this ordinance not been granted. 

The enumeration herein of special requirements and specific regulations 
shall not be taken or held to imply the relinquishment by the said City of its 
power to make other requirements or regulations as to matters not specifically 
covered by the provisions of this ordinance, and the said City hereby expressly 
reserves the right to change the regulations herein prescribed and to make all 
and every such other regulations as may be necessary to secure in the most 
ample manner the safety, welfare and accommodation of the public, including 
among other things the right to pass and enforce ordinances to protect the public 
from danger or inconvenience in the management and operation of street rail- 
ways throughout the said City and the right to make and enforce all such regu- 
lations as shall be reasonably necessary to secure adequate and sufficient street 
railway accommodations for the people, and insure their comfort and convenience. 

The said Council may vest any or all matters of administration under this 
ordinance, including |ueh thereof as are herein vested in the Mayor, Comptroller 
or other City officials named in this ordinance or in said "Exhibit B" attached 
hereto (but excepting those herein vested in said Board of Supervising Engin- 
eers), in a Department or Bureau of Local Transportation, or in its City Engin-' 
eer, or m any official or employes of said City. 



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COMPREHENSIVE RECONSTRTJCXION AND TJNIFIEB OPERATION ASSURED. 

SECTION 31. For the purpose of carrying into effect tlie purpose and desire 

2 of tlfe sld City to provide for the unified operation and the comprehensrve re- 

3 construct on of all the street railways within said City, an ordinance simdar to 

4 Ws ordnance in general provisions and character, covering the system of street 

5 iway ITl'ntained'and operated by the Chicago City Railway Company 
: rrr receivers of the Chicago Hnion ^^^^^^ ^^IZ'^'^ ^^ o^^' 

8 ate said'systen.; has been 'presented for passage by the City "^ <>* »jd C.^y 

9 c!ncu>^enL wi h this ordinance, and it is hereby expressly prov^ed that m the 
10 ev"at L company accepts this ordinance and files the "nd as re.urred^n 
n the following section thereof, within the time therein prescribed, and the sard^Ohr^ 
12 cago City Raihvay Company or the • 

1 -? fails to accept the said ordinance to the said ''" ". • „„ 

4 Company within the time and according to the terms provided therern, or m any 

1^ • ■ Company, so far as and to the extent 

21 that 'the rights of the companies' now operating the street railways upon such 

21 that the rign ."^ ^^^ expire by limitation or otherwise, the said 

22 streets and pait, of '^'ifl'^'l ^ ^^ ^^tended over each such street or 

26 raihvays upon such streets and parts ''' ^'l^'^^^'l^'^J \^^ the Company 

27 company peaceable possession thereof fr ud^ pu^oses^^^ ^^^ ^^ P^^^^ 

s rttL;^::^rorafates:irr:titraiiw.^ 

30 the ordinance of said ; , 

SI Company to be constructed by it therein. 

32 All such extensions of the Company's system and the operation "^^f;^^ 

35 system of the Company covered by this ordinance. , ^ , 

36 The construction and equipment of all such -t™-™^ ^^l^^l";:!^ ^1 



the CO he elde ^rnirned ;; the said Board of Superv sing Engineers an 
38 suh extensions shall be made in all respects subject to the provisions of th 



38 ruirte^shrn bTmade-in all respects subject to the provisions of this 

39 ordinance -;;;-^- ^onsWtion, reconstruction, equipment and re-equip- 



fl "hfai::! Xrtrrhrc^mpkny upon its investment th« division of 
t piofits witC the said City and the operation of such extensions by the Company 
43 so far as such provisions can be made applicable thereto. 

ORDINANCE BINDING UPON SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS. 
Section 32 This ordinance shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon 
2 the successors and assigns of the Company, and ttiey and each of _them^ shall 



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be bound by all and every its provisions by the Company to be kept and per 



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4 formed, precisely as if in every case they had respectively been named herein with 

5 the Company. 

BONDS. 

Section 33. The Company shall forever indemnify and save harmless the 
said City agamst and from all damages, judgments, decrees, costs and expenses 
which the said City may suffer or which may be recoverable from or obtained 
against the said City, for or by reason of the granting of the privileges hereby 
conferred upon the Company, or-for or by reason of or growing out of or resulting 
from the exercise by the Company of the privileges hereby granted, or any of 

7 them, or from any act or acts of the Company, its servants or agents, under 

8 or by virtue of the provisions of this ordinance. 

And the Company shall, within the time limited for the acceptance of this 
ordinance, file with the City Clerk of said City its bond to the said City in the 

penal sum of Thousand Dollars, conditioned that it will 'forever 

indemnify and save harmless the said City as aforesaid; provided, however that 
the giving of said bond or the recovery of a judgment or judgments thereon by 
the said City shall not be construed as measuring, lessening or limiting the lia- 
bility of the Company to the said City under any provisions of this ordinance. 

ACCEPTANCE. 

Section 34. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after 
its acceptance by the Company, under its corporate seal; provided that if the 
Company shall not file with the City Clerk the penal bond hereinabove men- 
tioned and its formal acceptance of this ordinance and of all its terms and con 
ditions withm .... days from the passage hereof, then all rio-hts and priv 
lieges hereby granted shall be wholly null and void and of no effe^'ct 



I Aid. Zimmer presented the claim of 
McDonnell & Brennan, which was 
Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Uhlir presented an ordinance in 
favor of Albaugh Bros., Dover & Co., for 

conduit for electric cables under alley, 
vhich was 

Referred to the Committee on Streets 
md Alleys, West Division. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
nitted a recommendation, estimate and 
rdinance for curbing, filling and paving 
vith asphalt West 18th street, from 
louth Horn an avenue to Clifton Park av- 
nue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Id. Zimmer, the estimate was approved 
nd the ordinance was passed by yeas 
nd nays as follows: 

Yeas— ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 



on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Darpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harldn, Maypole, ' Smith,' 
Beilfuss, Nowieki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn,' 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher^ 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race,' 
Hunter — 64. 

Nays— BrennsLn — 1. 



THIRTEENTH WARD. 

Aid. Considine presented a petition for 
a street railway in Fortieth avenue, from 
Madison street to Lake street, together 



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with frontage consents- thereto, which 
was 

Referred to the Committee on Local 
Transportation. 

Aid. Considine presented the claim of 
Theodore Lattan, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



concerning the licensing of soap manu- 
facturers, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Judi- 
ciary. 



FOURTEENTH WARD. 

Aid. Maypole presented an ordinance 
in favor of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Palmer 
for a coal hole opening and goods chute 
in sidewalk, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Compen- 
sation. 



EIGHTEENTH WARD. 

Aid. Brennan presented the claim of 
Jacob Mohr, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Conlon presented an ordinance 
amending the Revised Code of 1905 con- 
cerning auctioneers as second-hand deal- 
ers, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Judi- 
ciary. ■ 



FIFTEENTH WARD. 

Aid. Beilfuss presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed: 
Whereas, Frank Dabelstein has here- 
tofore made a deposit with the Com- 
missioner of Public Works of Ten Dol- 
lars being made for the purpose of in- 
suring the return of one hydrant key, and 
Wherisas, The said key has been re- 
turned to the Department of Public 
Works as evidenced by receipt held by 
said Frank Dabelstein, and 

Whereas, The original receipt given 
to said Frank Dabelstein fbr the deposit 
has been lost; therefore, be it 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized and directed to cause the deposit to 
be paid to said Frank Dabelstein without 
the return of said receipt. 

Aid. Beilfuss presented the claim of 
Charlotte E. Newburn and Mary F. Car- 
bine, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



SEVENTEENTH WARD. 

Aid. Dever presented a communication 



NINETEENTH WARD. 

Aid. Powers presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed: 
Ordered, That in all departments of 
the City where union labor is employed 
the regular union scale of wages shall be 
paid. 

Aid. Bowler presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed: 
Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to refuse to issue permits for street 
paving to any contracting firms mentioned 
in the attached report until they shall 
have repaired the streets set opposite 
their names in said report. 

Congress street from Halsted to Centre 
avenue,, brick pavement ; reserve expires, 
1910; James A. Sackley, contractor. 

Clinton street, from Harrison street to 
West 12th street, brick pavement; re- 
serve expires, 1911; John P. Agnew, con- 
tractor. 

Desplaines street, from Harrison street 
to Van Buren street, brick pavement; re- 
serve expires, 1909; C. M. Netterstrom, 
contractor. 

Ewing street, from Canal street to 
Halsted street, brick pavement; reserve 



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exJ3ires, 1910; James A. Sackley, contrac- 
tor. 

Pearce street, from Desplaines street 
to Halsted street, brick pavement; re- 
serve expires, 1911; Citizens Construction 
Co., contractors. 

Centre avenue, from Van Buren street 
to West 12th street, brick pavement; re- 
serve expires, 1910; Gaffney & Long Con- 
struction Co., contractors. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for a cement sidewalk on both 
sides of De Koven street from South 
Canal street to South Halsted street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Powers, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follow^s: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Eichert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Pick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dum 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1 . 



TWEFTY-FIRST WARD. 

Aid. Foell presented an order for pav- 
ing the alley between North State street 
and Dearborn avenue, from Goethe to 
Schiller streets, which was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for a cement .sidewalk on the 



north side of Illinois street from Peshtigo 
court to St. Clair street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Reese, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas and 
nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Pick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 



A recommendation, estimate and ordi- 
nance for a cement sidewalk on both sides 
of Michigan street from St. Clair street 
produced south to Kingsbury street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Foell, the estimate was approved and 
the ordinance was passed by yeas and 
nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 



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1826 



1906 



TWENTY-SECOND WARD. 

Aid. Sullivan presented an ordinance 
to amend Section 2429 of the Revised 
Code of 1905 concerning rates of water 
through meters, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Water 
Department. 

Aid. Sullivan presented the claim of 
Michael 'Malloy, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for a cement sidewalk on both 
sides of Kinzie street from North Frank- 
lin street produced, south to the north 
branch of the Chicago river. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Sullivan, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno,- Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Ways — Brennan — 1. 



TWENTY-THIRD WARD. 

Aid. Werno presented an order for 
paving the alley between Cleveland- ave- 
nue and Mohawk street, from Center 
street to Wisconsin street, which was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

Aid. Jacobs presented the claim of 
Henry J. Gottschalk & Co., which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



TWENTY-FIFTH WARD 

Aid. Williston presented an order for 
nonsuiting all pending cases under the 
elevator inclosure ordinance of 1897, 
which was 

Referred to the Committee on Build- 
ing Department. 



TWENTY-SIXTH WARD. 

Aid. Lipps presented an order and peti- 
tion for sidewaUv on Hillg court from 
Ashland avenue to Clark street, which 
was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

Aid. Reinberg presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed: 
Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to lay water main in Argyle street, 
from Lincoln avenue to a point two hun- 
dred and forty (240) feet west of Lin- 
coln avenue, provided that it will pay 
a permanent annual revenue of ten cents 
per lineal foot. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for cement sidewalks on a sys- 
tem of streets as follows, to- wit: On the 
south side of Winnemac avenue from 
North Robey street to Lincoln avenue, 
etc. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Lipps, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 



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1906 



Herlihy, Wondling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fishor, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Kace, 
Hunter— ()4. 

\a i/s — Brennan — 1. 



TWENTY-SEVENTH WARD. 

Aid. Siewert presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby au- 
thorized to issue a permit to R.. C. 
Frerksen, 2945 Grand avenue (northwest 
corner of 51st avenue) for a drug store 
(mortar) sign; the placing of said sign 
to be subject to all the rules and regula- 
tions of the Department of Public Works, 
and this permit to be subject to revo- 
cation at any time by the Mayor in his 
discretion. 

Aid. Blase presented an order to open 
North 52d avenue from West Irving Park 
boulevard to West Montrose avenue ; also, 
an order to open West Berteau avenue 
from Milwaukee avenue to North 52d 
avenue; and an ordinance for vacating 
parts of North 47th avenue, Pensacola 
avenue and Malcolm avenue, which were 

Referred to the Committee on Streets 
and Alleys, West Division. 

Aid. Blase presented the claim of H. 
Bartels, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



TWENTY-EIGHTH WARD 

Aid. Larson presented the following 
orders, which were, on motion, duly 



Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby directed to erect one 
boulevard lamp-post in front of St. James 
M. E. church on North Maplewood ave- 
nue, corner of Dunning street. 

Ordered, That the Comptroller be and 
he is hereby directed to furnish to the 
City Council a list of deductions directed 
by the City Council on the request of 



the Board of Education during the fiscal 
years of 1903, 1904 and 1905 to be set 
aside from the appropriation for the 
buildings and grounds. 

Aid. Herlihy presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed: 

Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby directed to erect two 
gas lamps in front of Polish Lutheran 
church, at 1340 North Campbell avenue. 

TWENTY-NINTH WARD. 

Aid. Wendling presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed : 

Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby directed to place gaso- 
line lamps on Hermitage avenue from 
53d street to 54th street. 

Aid. Wendling presented an order for 
a sidewalk on Paulina street, from 54th 
to 55th streetj which was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

Aid. Golombiewski presented the fol- 
lowing orders, which were, on motion, 
duly passed : 

Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby directed to place gaso- 
line lamps on California avenue from 
Archer avenue to 47th street, and on 
Rockwell street from 44th to 47th streets. 

Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby directed to establish 
and maintain a patrol box at 47th and 
Rockwell streets. 

Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby directed to establish and 
maintain fire alarm box at 47th and 
Rockwell streets. 



THIRTY-FIRST WARD. 

Aid. O'Connell presented the claim of 
Henry F. Schuberth, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Roberts presented the following 
order, which was, on motion, duly passed : 



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1906 



Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby directed 
to have a water supply pipe laid in 59th 
street from Irving avenue west as far as 
same will pay a permanent annual reve- 
nue of ten cents per lineal foot. 



THIRTY-SECOND WARD. 

Aid. Fisher presented the following 
orders, which were, ou motion, duly 



Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to require the Chicago,. Rock Is- 
land and Pacific Railway Company to 
maintain a flagman at the intersection of 
West 103d street and the suburban branch 
of that railway, one child having been 
killed and others injured at that place 
( petition attached ) . 

Ordered, That the City Electrician be 
and he is hereby directed to place and 
put in service a gasoline street lamp at 
the southeast corner of West 97th and 
Wood streets (petition attached). 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby di- 
rected to attach top to the gas lamp 
post at the intersection of Lowe avenue 
and West 76th street and put same in 
service (petition attached). 

Aid. Badenoch presented the claim of 
Rudolph Stiebner, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Badenoch presented an order for 
paving Stewart avenue from South Nor- 
mal Parkway to West 79th street, which 
was 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a recommendation, estimate and 
ordinance for curbing, grading and pav- 
ing with slag macadam a system of 
streets as follows : West 102d street from 
South Halsted street to Lowe avenue, etc. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 



Aid. Fisher, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Bailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkln, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn. 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

ALSO, 

A recommendation^ estimate and ordi- 
nance for cement sidewalks on a system 
of streets as follows, to-wit : on both sides 
of West 70th street from South Morgan 
street to South Centre avenue, etc. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Fisher, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

YeaS' — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burr?, 
Bradley,- O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

JSlays — Brennan — 1 . 

ALSO, 
A recommendation, estimate and ordi- 
nace for cement sidewalks on a system 
of streets as follows, to-wit: on the 



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south side of of West 71st street from 
South Ada street to South Centre ave- 
nue, etc. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Fisher, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on. Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. • 

Nays — Br ennan — 1 . 

ALSO, 

A recommendation, estimate and ordi- 
nance for cement sidewalks on a system 
of streets as follows, to-wit: on the south 
side of West 67th street from Loomis 
street to South Centre avenue, etc. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of 
Aid. Fisher, the estimate was approved 
and the ordinance was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Teas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith, 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, jL^ix.., Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1 . 



THIRTY-THIRD WARD. 

Aid, Hunt presented orders for side- 
walks on streets in territory bounded by 
Kimbark avenue, 75th street, Jackson 
Park avenue, and 71st street, also on 
Cottage Grove avenue from 87th to 95th 
street, which were 

Referred to the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 



THIRTY-FOURTH WARD. 

Aid. Kohout presented the claim of 
Gottfried Eich, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Kohout moved that the claim of 
C. H. Anderson be taken from file and 
recommitted to the Committee on Fi- 
nance. 

The motion prevailed. 



THIRTY-FIFTH WARD. 

Aid. Race presented the following 
orders, which were, on motion, duly 
passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works report why the Suburban 
Railroad Company have not repaired 
their right of way on Harrison street, 
from South 48th avenue to Austin ave- 
nue, in accordance with order passed 
April 30, 1906, page 268, Council Pro- 
ceedings. 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works extend the sidewalk inter- 
sections on Cedar and Superior streets at 
Prairie avenue. Waller avenue and Park 
avenue in accordance with the order 
passed May 7, 1906, page 341, Council 
Proceedings. 

Aid. Hunter presented the claim of Jos. 
Schwartz, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



REPORTS OF VARIOUS COMMITTEES 
TO THE COUNCIL. 

FINANCE. 

The Committee on Finance submitted 



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the following report, which was, on mo- 
tion of Aid. Bennett, deferred and or- 
dered published: 

Chicago, October 29, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicfago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Finance to whom 
was referred an ordinance requiring the 
City Treasurer to make deposits of city 
funds daily; and an ordinance in re- 
gard to city deposits, having had the 
same under advisement, beg leave to re- 
port and recommend the passage of the 
ordinances as submitted. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. The City Treasurer of the 
City of Chicago is hereby directed and re- 
quired to deposit daily, during banking 
hours, all moneys received by him as 
City Treasurer during the day and such 
as he may have received on the day pre- 
vious after banking hours, keeping on 
hand, however, a sufficient amount of 
currency to enable him to cash the usual 
and ordinary amount of vouchers daily 
presented for payment. 

Section 2. That of the banks or de- 
positaries which may be designated by 
the City Council, with whom the money 
of the city shall be deposited, the City 
Comptroller shall have power and au- 
thority to designate, from time to time, 
for a period not longer than one month 
at a time, one of these banks or deposi- 
taries as the active bank or depositary, 
in which bank the City Treasurer shall 
deposit all moneys, and upon which such 
bank or depositary the City Treasurer 
may draw his check for such currency as 
he may require or need and to pay war- 
rants drawn upon him by the Mayor and 
City Comptroller ; and the City Treas- 
urer shall have no power to withdraw, in 
any way, any of the city's moneys from 
any other bank or depositary, except the 
active bank, unless he shall be specially 
authorized so to do in writing by the 
City Comptroller upon a warrant duly 



signed by the Mayor and City Comp- 
troller and a duplicate of such authority 
shall be transmitted by the City Comp- 
troller to such bank or depositary, not 
being the active bank, from which the 
City Treasurer is specially authorized 
to withdraw money. 

Section 3. That the City Treasurer, 
before entering upon the duties of his 
office shall give a bond with sufficient 
sureties, to be approved by the City 
Council, in the sum of $ • 

AN ordinance 

In regard to city deposits. 
Be it ordained by the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

That Whekeas, The Comptroller of 
the City of Chicago is required at least 
once in each year, and not later than 
the first day of December in each year, 
to advertise for bids from all regularly 
established national and state banks do- 
ing business within the corporate limits 
of the City of Chicago for interest upon 
the money of the city so to be deposifed 
in such banks, the City Council having 
power to reject all bids and to designate 
as many depositaries as it deems neces- 
sary for the protection of the city's in- 
terests and award bids accordingly and 
to pass all necessary ordinances in refer- 
ence thereto. 

Section 1. That the City Comp- 
troller in advertising for such bids is au- 
thorized and directed to give notice that 
the average monthly deposit to be made 
in any one bank shall not exceed the sum 
of $1,000,000, the City Council designat- 
ing, the banks and the amounts to which 
such banks shall be respectively entitled. 

Section 2. No moneys shall be de- 
posited with any bank or such award be 
effective until such depositary shall have 
delivered to the Comptroller a bond run- 
ning to the City of Chicago in double the 
amount which such bank or depositary 
shall be designated as being entitled to 
receive upon its bid and with such sure- 
ties as the City Council shall approve, 



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conditioned in like manner as other of- 
ficial bonds given by public officials, 
charged with the custody of money. 

Section 3. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage. 

Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee submitted the 
following report, which was, on motion 
of Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered 
published : 

Chicago, October 29, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Finance to whom 
was referred ordinance amending Sec- 
tion 1853 of the Revised Code relating 
to Contractors' Bonds of Indemnity, hav- 
ing had the same under advisement, beg 
leave to report and recommend the pas- 
sage of the ordinance as drawn by the 
Law Department, and recommended by 
the Commissioner of Public Works. 

AN ORDINANCE 

Amending Section 1853 of "The Revised 
Municipal Code of Chicago of 1905." 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 

Section 1. That Section 1853 of "The 
Revised Municipal Code of Cbicago of 
1905" be and the ,sa\ne is hereby amended 
so as to read as follows: 

"1853. (Contractor's Bond of In- 
demnity.) Whenever any work or 
improvement is let by contract, to any 
person or corporation, the officers of 
the city letting the same shall, in all 
^ cases, take a bond from such person, or 
corporation, with good and sufficient 
sureties, in an amount equal to the to- 
tal amount the city is obligated to 
pay under such contract to insure the 
performance of the work in the time 
and manner required in such contract, 
and also to save and indemnify and 
keep harmless the said city against all 



liabilities, judgments, costs and expen- 
ses which may in any wise accrue 
against .said city in consequence of 
the granting of such contract, or 
which may in any wise result from the 
carelessness or neglect of such person, 
or corporation, or his or its agents, em- 
ployes or workmen, in any respect 
whatever; and conditioned also, that 
when any judgment shall be recovered 
against said city by reason of the eare- 
. lessness or' negligence of such person 
or corporation so contracting, or his 
or its employes or workmen, and when 
due notice has been given by the city 
to such person or corporation of the 
pendency of such suit, such judgment 
shall be conclusive against such person 
or corporation, and his or its sureties 
on such bond, not only as to the 
amount of damages, but as to their 
liability; and such bond shall be con- 
ditioned also for the payment of all 
claims and demands whatsoever which 
may accrue to each and every person 
who shall be employed by such contrac- 
tor, or any assignee or sub-contractor 
of such contractor, in or about the 
performance of such contract; pro- 
vided that where the execution of the 
contract requires the obstruction or 
opening up of any street, alley or other 
public place the bond of such contrac- 
tor shall in no case be less than the 
sum of ten thousand ($10,000) dol- 
lars." 
Section 2. This ordinance shall take 

effect and be in force from and after its 

passage and due publication. 

Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee submitted the 
following report, which was, on motion 
of Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered 
published : 

Chicago, October 29, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Finance to whom 



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was referred ordinance directing laying 
of water mains in the alley south of 
Fifty-fifth street, from Sangamon {to 
Morgan street, having had the same un- 
der advisement, beg leave to report and 
recommend the passage of the ordinance 
as submitted. 
Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby au- 
thorized and directed to lay an eight 
(8) inch water main in the first alley 
south of 55th street, from Sangamon 
street to Morgan street, connecting with 
the water mains now in service. 

Section 2. For the purpose of de- 
fraying the expense of laying said water 
main there is hereby appropriated out of 
the water fund the sum of four hundred 
($400.00) dollars, to be expended on 
vouchers approved by the Commissioner 
of Public Works. 

Section 3. This ordinance shall be in 
full force and effect from and after its 
passage. 

Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee submitted the 
following report, which was, on motion 
of Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered 
published : 

Chicago, October 29, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 

of Chicago in Council Assembled: . 

Your Committee on Finance to whom 
was referred petition of assistant engi- 
neers at pumping stations for increase of 
compensation, having had the same un- 
der advisement, beg leave to report and 
recommend the passage of the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby au- 
thorized to increase the compensation 
paid to assistant engineers at the various 
pumping stations of the city to the rate 
of two thousand ($2,000.00) dollars per 



annum, to take effect on the first day of 
November, 1906, and the Comptroller is 
ordered to pay the additional compensa- 
tion so allowed from the Water Fund. 
Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee submitted the 
following report, which was, on motion 
of Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered 
published : 

Chicago, October 29, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 

of Chicago in Council Assembled: 

Your Committee on Finance to whom 
was referred claim of Barry-Beach Com- 
pany, for refund of building permit, hav- 
ing had the same under advisement, beg 
leave to report and recommend the pas- 
sage of the following order : 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized and directed 
to pay to the Barry-Beach Company the 
sum of fifteen ($15.00) dollars, same be- 
ing refund of amount paid for building 
permit A-28939, and charge same to the 
Finance Committee Fund, appropria- 
tions 1906. 

Frank I. Bennett,. 
Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee submitted the 
following report, which was, on motion 
of Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered 
published : 

Chicago, October 29, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 

of Chicago in Council Assembled: 

Your Committee on Finance to whom 
was referred petition of receiver of Chi- 
cago Terminal Transfer Railroad for du- 
plicate water pipe certificate, having had 
the same under advisement, beg leave to 
report and recommend the passage of the 
following order: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby au- 
thorized to issue duplicate certificate of 



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No. 81 Water Pipe Deposit Certificate, 
issued December 30th, 1886, to the Chi- 
cago and Great Western Kailroad in the 
sum of eight hundred eighty-two 
($882.00) dollars, upon the signing of a 
bond satisfactory to the Commissioner of 
Public Works, savirfg the city harmless 
on account of the issuance of said du- 
plicate certificate. 

Frank I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee submitted the 
following report, which was, on motion 
of Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered 
published : 

Chicago, October 29, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 

of Chicago in Council Assembled: 

Your Committee on Finance to Avhom 
was referred claim of William J. Gleeson 
for wages, having had the same under 
advisement, beg leave to report and rec- 
ommend the passage of the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby au- 
thorized to issue to William J. Gleeson 
a voucher in the sum of thirty-five and 
ninety-four one-hundredths ($35.94) dol- 
lars, 'being wages deducted during July 
on account of illness, and the Comptrol- 
ler is ordered to pay the same from ap- 
propriation for Lake View Pumping Sta- 
tion. This action is taken in accordance 
with the recommendation of the Com- 
missioner of Public Works attached 
hereto. 

FiiANK I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee submitted the 
following report, which was, on motion 
of Aid. Bennett, deferred and ordered 
published : 

Chicago, October 29, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
'of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Finance to whom 



wa,s referred claims of J. Henry Kraft 
and James Wallace, for decrease of 
water taxes, having had the same under 
advisement, beg leave to report and rec- 
ommend the passage of the following 
order : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby au- 
thorized and directed to decrease the 
water taxes assessed against the follow- 
ing named persons in the amounts set 
opposite their names, same to be in full 
for claims for decreases of taxes assessed 
against the properties named: 
J. Henry Kraft, 1765 Milwaukee 

avenue $112.00 

(Provided that the balance of assess- 
ment due and unpaid is paid at once, 
and provided further that the attorney 
for the water office shall proceed to col- 
lect $58.50 from the user or users of the 
water, being the amount of the above 
which is collectable at this date). 
James Wallace, No. 250 East 61st 

street $ 81.00 

FtiANK I. Bennett, 

Chairman. 
also. 

The same Committee to whom was re- 
ferred the claims of James Lowis and 
James S. Lyons for damages to property, 
submitted a report recommending that 
the same be placed on file. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report. 

The motion prevailed. 



LOCAL TRANSPOETATION. 

The Committee on Local Transporta- 
tion submitted the following report, 
which was, on motion of Aid. Werno, 
(at the request of Aid. CuUerton), 
deferred and ordered published: 

Chicago, October 29, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Local Transporta- 



October 29, 



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tion to whom was referred an order di- 
recting the Committee on Local Trans- 
portation to report the result of the test 
made by the Northwestern Elevated Rail- 
road Company to deaden or lessen the 
noise caused by the operation of its 
trains, having had the same under ad- 
visement, beg leave to report and rec- 
ommend that the accompanying com- 
munication from the Superintendent of 
Streets be published and placed on file. 
Charles Werno, 

Chairman. 



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Department of Public Works, 
Chicago, October 25, 1906. 
Mr. Charles Werno, Chairman, Judiciary 

Committee: 

Dear Sir — Permit me to call your at- 
tention to the following copy of report 
made by my Engineer, Mr. Van Wake- 
man, relative to the lessening of noise 
produced by operation of the Union 
Loop : 

"On the east track of the Union Loop, 
between M,onroe and Jackson streets, 
gravel has been placed between and over 
ties, in the nature of an experiment look- 
ing toward the lessening of noise caused 
by the operation of trains. This is in 
the nature and has the effect of loading 
the structure. The volume of noise may 
be lessened to some extent, but not ma- 
terially. The character of the noise .is 
changed as might be expected, the tone 
given out being lower. 

"It is my belief that 85 per cent of the 
noise is given out by the structure itself, 
rather than by the rail or ties, the vi- 
bration on the rail being carried by the 
ties to the- steel structure. Any scheme 
which would insulate the ties from the 
structure would be effective in abating 
the nuisance. 

"Pads of any non-conducting material 
between the ties and the structure would 
be effective as long as they retained 
their resiliency. However, in my belief, 
the simplest method would be the con- 



struction of a deck-bridge, similar to 
those used by most large railway systems. 
This would consist of a deck of suitable 
timbers with side rails, the whole con- 
taining ballast of broken stone or gravel. 
The ties to be embedded in the ballast 
with, at least, four to six inches of bal- 
last between the bottom of the tie and 
the deck. 

"An arrangement of this kind would 
raise the grade of the rails and the sta- 
tion platforms. Trestles and bridges of 
this character give out no more noise 
than the ordinary roadbed." 
Yours truly, 

M. J. Doherty, 
Superintendent of Streets. 



GAS, OIL AND ELECTHIC LIGHT. 

The Committee on Gas, Oil and Elec- 
tric Light submitted the following report, 
which was, on motion of Aid. Young, de- 
ferred and ordered published: 

Chicago, October 24, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled : 
Your Committee on Gas, Oil and Elec- 
tric Light to whom was referred an order 
granting permission to Vette & Zuncker 
to string an electric wire, having had the 
same under advisement, beg leave to re- 
port and recommend the passage of the 
accompanying ordinance, with compensa- 
tion as fixed by the Committee on Com- 
pensation. 

AN ordinance 

Granting authority to Vette & Zuncker 
to string an electrical wire across the 
public alley separating 44 North Green 
street from 43 North Peoria street. 
Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That permission and au- 
thority be and the same are hereby 
granted to Henry Vette and Peter 
Zuncker, co-partners, trading as Vette 
& Zuncker, to construct and maintain 



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an electrical wire extending from their 
premises known as 44 North Green street 
across the public alley running north and 
south between North Green street and 
North Peoria street to the premises 
known as 43 North Peoria street, as in- 
dicated on the plat hereto attached, 
which is hereby made a part of this or- 
dinance. Said wire shall be used ex- 
clusively by the said grantees, and shall 
be constructed and operated in .such a 
manner as not to interfere with travel on 
said alley, and shall be constructed and 
maintained under the supervision and 
to the satisfaction of the Commissioner 
of Public Works. 

Section 2. The permission and au- 
thority herein- granted shall cease and 
determine ten (10) years from and after 
the passage of this ordinance or at any 
time prior thereto at the discretion of 
the Mayor. 

Section 3. The operation and main- 
tenance of the electrical wire herein pro- 
vided for shall be subject to all existing 
ordinances of the City of Chicago now in 
force or which may hereafter be in force 
relating to electricity and the use of 
electrical wires. 

Section 4. Said grantees shall not 
construct said wire until they shall have 
secured a, permit from the Commissioner 
of Public Works, and said permit shall 
not be granted until the said grantees 
shall make application in writing for the 
isame, and shall comply with the terms 
and conditions of this ordinance. Should 
said wire at any time during the life of 
this ordinance interfere with or obstruct 
in any manner the construction of any 
municipal work hereafter to be con- 
structed, the grantees, their heirs, execu- 
tors or assigns, shall remove said wire or 
change the location thereof, as directed 
hj the Commissioner of Public Works, at 
their own expense and without any ex- 
pense whatever to the City of Chicago; 
and said grantees, their heirs, executors 
or assigns, shall likewise, at the termi- 
nation of the privileges herein granted, 



by lapse of time or otherwise, remove 
said wire at their own expense. 

Section 5. No permit shall issue un- 
der the authority of this ordinance until 
the grantees herein shall execute to the 
City of Chicago a good and sufficient 
bond in the penal sum of ten thousand 
dollars ($10,000.00) with sureties to be 
approved by the Mayor, conditioned - to 
indemnify, save and keep harmless said 
City of Chicago from any and all liabil- 
ity, cost, damage or expense of any kind 
whatsoever which may be suffered by it, 
the City of Chicago, or which it may be 
put to, or Avhich may accrue against, be 
charged to or recovered from said City 
by reason of the passage of this ordi- 
nance, or by reason of any act or thing- 
done under or by virtue of the permis- 
sion herein given; and conditioned fur- 
ther to observe and perform all and sin- 
gular the conditions and provisions of 
this ordinance. The said bond and tlse 
liability of the sureties thereon shall Lo 
kept in force throughout the life of this 
ordinance, and if at any time during the 
life of this ordinance said bond shall not 
be in full- force, then the privileges and 
authority herein granted shall thereupon 
cease. 

Section 6. The grantees herein, their 
heirs, executors and assigns, shall pay as 
compensation for the privileges herein 
granted the sum of twenty-five ($25.00) 
dollars per annum during the life of this 
ordinance; the first payment shall be 
made as of the time of the passage of 
this ordinance, and each succeeding pay- 
ment annually thereafter. It is hereby 
made an express provision of this ordi- 
nance that the privileges hereby granted 
shall terminate and this ordinance be- 
come null and void if said grantees, or 
their heirs, executors or assigns, shall 
fail to promptly pay any installment of 
said compensation. 

Section 7. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage and approval; provided that the 
grantees herein shall jEile their acceptance 



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of the same and the bond hereinbefore 
provided for within thirty (30) days 
from the passage hereof. 

Linn H. Young, 

Chairman. 



STREETS AND ALLEYS, SOUTH 
DIVISION. 

The Committee on Streets and Alleys, 
South Division, submitted the following 
report, which was, on motion of Aid. 
Bihl, deferred and ordered published: 

Chicago, October 29, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 

of Chicago in Council Assembled : 

Your Committee on Streets and Alleys, 
South Division, to whom was referred 
ordinance vacating alleys in Bissell's Sec- 
ond Sub., having had the same under 
advisement, beg leave to report and rec- 
ommend the passage of the accompanying 
substitute ordinance, with compensation 
as fixed by the Committee on Compensa- 
tion. 

AN ORDINANCE 

Providing for the vacation of certain 
portions of the public alleys in the 
block bounded by 32d street, Emerald 
avenue, 33d street and Union avenue, 
and for the dedication of a new public 
alley in said block. 
Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the public alley ded- 
icated by the Archbishop of Chicago, a 
corporation .sole, under an ordinance 
passed by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago on July 2, 1906, 
the same being the southern part of 
Lot six (6), in Bissell's Second Subdivi- 
sion of the south one-half (14) of the 
east one-half (1/2) of Block eight (8), in 
Canal Trustees' Subdivision of the west 
one-half (%) of the northwest quarter 
(i/i) of Section thirty- three (33), Town- 
ship thirty-nine (39) North, Range four- 
teen (14) East of the Third Principal 
Meridian, being the alley running east 



and west as shown in red and marked 
"to be vacated" on the plat hereto at- 
tached, which is hereby made a part of 
this ordinance; also that portion of the 
sixteen (16) foot public alley running 
north and south from 32d street to 33d 
street, between Emerald avenue and Union 
avenue, lying between the alley so dedi- 
cated in the southern portion of Lot six 
(6), Lot seven (7) and the north nine 
(9) feet of Lot eight (8) on the west, 
and Lots forty-three (43), forty-two 
(42) and forty-one (41) on the east, 
being that portion of the said alley 
shown in red and marked "to be vacated" 
on the said plat, be and the same are 
hereby vacated, inasmuch as said alley 
running east and west and said portion 
of the alley running north and south are 
no longer required for public purposes 
and the public interest will be sub- 
served by their vacation. 

Section 2. The vacation herein pro- 
vided for is made upon the express con- 
dition that within sixty (60) days after 
the passage of this ordinance the said 
Archbishop of Chicago, who is the owner 
of Lot eight (8) in said subdivision, 
shall pay to the City Collector of the 
City of Chicago the sum of two hundred 
thirty-five and eight one-hundredths 
($235.08) dollars, and shall dedicate as 
a public alley and open to public use 
as such the south sixteen (16) feet of 
said Lot eight (8) in said subdivision, 
said portion of said Lot eight (8) being 
shown in yellow and marked "to be dedi- 
cated" on the said plat hereto attached, 
and further that the said Archbishop of 
Chicago shall file within sixty (60) days 
in the office of the Recorder of Deeds of 
Cook County, Illinois, a plat showing 
such vacation and such dedication ; and in 
case of failure to so dedicate and open up 
the new alley as aforesaid, or to record 
the plat as aforesaid, or pay compensa- 
tion as aforesaid within said sixty (60) 
days, this ordinance shall be null and 
void and of no effect. 

Section 3. This ordinance shall take 



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effect and be in force from and after its 
passage and due publication, subject, 
however, to the conditions of Section 2, 
as provided herein. 

Ernest Bihl, 

Chairma7i. 

ALSO, 

The same committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was^ on motion of 
Aid. Bihl, deferred and. ordered pub- 
lished : 

Chicago, October 29, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Streets and Alleys, 
South Division, to whom was referred 
ordinance, granting Chicago Bridge and 
Iron Company switch track, having had 
the same under advisement, beg leave to 
report and recommend the passage of 
the ordinance, with compensation as fixed 
by the Committee on Compensation. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That permission and au- 
thority be and they are hereby given 
and granted to the Chicago Bridge and 
Iron Company to maintain the railroad 
switch track heretofore constructed and 
operated by them extending along and 
upon Throop street ( Hilliard avenue) 
and twice across Elm street (105th), 
said railroad track starting at a point 
on the present switch track of the Chi- 
cago Bridge and Iron Company in Hil- 
liard avenue, on the north line of Elm 
street (105th), 28 feet due east of the 
southwest corner of Block No. 3, Hilliard 
and Hitt's Subdivision of Washington 
Heights, Chicago, thence southerly on a 
21-degTee 30-minute curve to the right, 
crossing Elm street (105th), and inter- 
secting the northeast corner of Block 
No. 6, in said Hilliard and Hitt's Sub- 
division; also a second crossing of said 
Elm street (105th) beginning at a point 
on the right of way of the Chicago, Rock 
Island and Pacific Railway Company 29 
feet due west from the southwest corner 



of said Block 3, thence on a 21-degree 
30-minute curve to the left southerly, 
crossing Elm street (105th), and inter- 
secting the north line of said Block 6 at 
a point due south from the southwest 
corner of said Block 3; the two crossings 
of Elm street (105th), as specified abov'e, 
being in a continuous curve forming a 
Y between the two existing switch tracks 
into the property of said Chicago Bridge 
and Iron Company, in accordance with 
the plans hereto attached for and during 
the period of ten (10) years from and 
after the passage of this ordinance. 

Section 2. The permission and au- 
thority hereby granted may be revoked 
by the Mayor at any time in his dis- 
cretion, whereupon this ordinance shall 
become null and void. This ordinance 
shall be subject to modification, amend- 
ment and repeal at any time, and in case 
of repeal, all privileges hereby granted 
shall thereupon cease and determine. 

Section 3. During the life of this or- 
dinance the grantee herein shall keep 
such portions of said .streets as are occu- 
pied by said switch track in good condi- 
tion and repair, safe for public travel, 
to the satisfaction and approval of the 
Commissioner of Public Works. At the 
termination of the rights and privileges 
herein granted by expiration of time of 
otherwise said grantee shall remove said 
switch track and all appurtenances there- 
to and shall forthwith restore the por- 
tions of said streets occupied by said 
switch track to a condition safe for pub- 
lic travel " similar to the remaining por- 
tions of said streets in the same block 
to the satisfaction and approval of the 
Commissioner of Public Works. 

Section 4. The operation and main- 
tenance of the switch herein provided 
for shall be subject to all existing ordi- 
nances of the City of Chicago now in 
force or which may hereafter be in force 
relating to the use and operating of 
switch tracks and railway tracks; and 
the construction and maintenance thereof 
shall be under the supervision and to' the 



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satisfaction of the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works. No work shall be done m 
and about the construction of the work 
herein authorized, until a permit author- 
izing the beginning of such work shall 
first have been issued by the Commis- 
sioner of Public Works of the City of 
Chicago. 

Section 5. In consideration of the 
privileges herein granted, the said Chi- 
cac.0 Bridge and Iron Company shall pay 
to'the City of Chicago the sum of on. 
hundred seventy-five and twenty-nme 
one-hundredths dollars ($175.29) for the 
use of said streets from the 22d day of 
June, A. D. 1905, to the date of the 
passage of this ordinance, and tiie 
further sum of one hundred .wenty- 
seven and fifty one-hundredths dollars 
($P7 50) per annum in advance each 
■ and every year during the life of this 
ordinance; the first payment of such an^ 
nual amounts to be as of the date of 
the passage of this ordinance and each 
succeeding payment annually thereafter. 
It is hereby made, an express provi- 
sion of this ordinance that the privi- 
leges herein granted ^hall terminate and 
this ordinance become null and void it 
said grantee or its assigns fails to 
promptly pay any installment of said 
compensation. 

Section 6. Before doing any work 
under and by virtue of the authority 
herein granted, the said grantee shall 
execute a bond to the City of ^Chicago 
in the penal sum of ten thousand dollars 
($10,000), with sureties to be approved 
by the Mayor, conditioned upon the faitlv 
ful observance and performance of ah 
and singular the conditions and provi- 
sions of this ordinance, and conditioned 
further to indemnify, save and keep 
harmless the City of Chicago from any 
and all loss, damage, expense, cost or lia- 
bility of any kind whatsoever that may 
be suffered by it, the said City of Chi- 
cago, or which may accrue against, ae 
charged to or recovered from said city 
for or by reason or on account of the 



passage of this ordinance or for or by 
reason or on account of any act or thing 
done by said grantee herein by virtue of 
the authority herein given, and condi- 
tioned to comply with all the terms and 
conditions of this ordinance. Said bond 
shall be kept in force throughout the 
life of this ordinance, and if at any time 
during the life of this ordinance such 
bond shall not be in full force, then the 
privileges herein granted shall thereupon 
cease. 

Section 7. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and alter its 
passage and approval, provided that tUe 
bond herein above mentioned be filed 
within thirty (30) days from the pas- 
sage hereof. 

Ernest Bihl, 

Chairman. 



STREETS AND ALLEYS, WEST 
DIVISION. 

The Committee on Streets and Alleys, 
West Division, submitted the following 
report, which was, on motion of Aid. 
Hunter, deferred and ordered published: 

Chicago, October 29, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council AssemUed :' 
Your Committee on Streets and Alleys, 
West Division, to whom was referred 
ordinance, vacating alley in School Sec- 
tion Addition, Block 26, 16-39-14, having 
bad the same ui^der advisement, beg 
leave to report and recommend the pas- 
sage of the accompanying substitute ordi- 
na'^nce, with compensation as fixed by 
the Committee on Compensation. 
Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the ten (10) foot 
public alley extending east from Des- 
plaines street and adjoining Lots one 
(.1), two (2), three (3), four (4) and 
five (5), in the Kesubdivision of Lot one 
(1), Block twenty-six (26), School See- 
tion Addition to Chicago, Section six- 
teen (16), Township thirty-nine (39) 



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Xoith, Kaiige fourteen (14) East of the 
Third Principal Meridian, as shown in 
red and marked "to be vacated" on the 
plat hereto attached, which is hereby 
made a part of this ordinance, be and 
the same is hereby vacated, inasmuch as 
said alley is no longer required for pub- 
lic purposes and the public interest will 
be subserved by its vacation. 

Section 2. The vacation herein pro- 
vided for is made upon the express con- 
dition that within thirty (30) days after 
the passage of this ordinance the Adams 
Express Company, who shall derive pe- 
cuniary benefit from the above vaca- 
tion, shall pay to the City Collector of 
the City of Chicago the sum of nineteen 
hundred two and 4d-100 ($1902.43) dol- 
lars, and further that the said Adams 
Express Company shall file, within thirty 
(30) days, in the office of the Recorder 
of Deeds of Cook County, Illinois, "a plat 
showing such vacation, and in case of 
failure to pay compensation as afore- 
said, or to record the plat as aforesaid 
within said thirty (30) days, this ordi- 
nance shall be null and void and of no 
effect. 

Section 3. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
I passage and due publication, subject, 
I however, to the conditions of Section 2 
I as provided herein. 

Thos. M. Hunter, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same committee submitted the fol- 
lowing report, which was, on motion of 
Aid. Hunter, deferred and ordered pub- 
lished: 

Chicago, October 29, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Streets and Alleys, 
West Division, to whom was referred 
ordinance granting permission to the 
Peter Schuttler Company to maintain 
iron pipe across 23d street, having had 
the same under advisement, beg leave to 



report and recommend the passage of the 
ordinance with compensation as fixed by 
the Committee, on Compensation. 

AN ORDINANCE 

Granting to the Peter Schuttler Company 
authority to lay down and maintain a 
cast iron pipe across the street known 
as West 23d street, at a point three 
hundred feet east of Rockwell street. 
Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That permission and au- 
thority be and the same are hereby 
granted to the Peter Schuttler Company, 
its successors and assigns, to lay down, 
maintain and operate a cast iron pipe, 
not to exceed eight (8) inches in diam- 
eter, in and across the street known as 
West 23d street, at a point three hun- 
dred (300) feet east of Rockwell street 
and connecting the cistern located on the 
premises of the said company at 22d 
and Rockwell streets with its premises 
described as a lumber yard and located 
directly across the said 23d street; said 
pipe shall be used only for conveying 
water from the cistern to the premises, 
as herein described. The location of 
said pipe and the construction of same 
shall be under the direction and super- 
vision and to the satisfaction of the Com- 
missioner of Public Works. 

Section 2. The permission and au- 
thority herein given shall cease and de- 
termine ten (10) years from and after 
the passage of this ordinance, or at any 
time prior thereto at the discretion of 
the Mayor. 

Section 3. At the expiration of the 
term herein granted the pipe herein au- 
thorized shall be removed by the grantee, 
its successors or assigns, unless this or- 
dinance shall be renewed, and if so re- 
moved, said street shall be restored to 
its proper condition, to the satisfaction 
of the Commissioner of Public Works, 
so that the portion of said street where 
said pipe had been located shall be put 
in the same condition and safe for pub- ' 
lie travel as the remaining portion of 



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said street in the same block, at the sole 
expense of the grantee herein, and with- 
out cost or expense of any kind what- 
soever to the City of Chicago. Said 
grantee shall do no permanent injury to 
said street, or in any manner interfere 
with any pipe, cable, wire or conduit 
therein, and shall not open or encumber 
more of said street than shall be neces- 
sary to enable it to proceed with advan- 
tage in constructing said pipe. 

Should said pipe interfere with or ob- 
struct in any manner the construction 
of any municipal underground work here- 
after constructed, the grantee herein, its 
successors or assigns, shall remove said 
pipe or change the location thereof, as 
directed by the Commissioner of Public 
Works, at its or their own expense, 
and without any expense whatever to the 
City of Chicago. 

Section 4. The grantee, its successors 
and assigns, shall pay as compensation 
for the privileges herein granted the sum 
of tvventy-five ($25.00) dollars per an- 
num during the life of this ordinance; 
the first payment shall be made at the 
time of the filing of the acceptance of 
this ordinance, and succeeding payments 
annually thereafter, and all payments 
shall be made at the office of the City 
Collector of the City of Chicago, It is 
hereby made an express provision of this 
ordinance" that the privileges herein 
granted shall terminate, and this ordi- 
nance shall become null and void if 
said grantee, or its successors or assigns, 
fails to promptly pay any installment of 
the said compensation. 

Section 5. No work shall be done 
under authority of this ordinance until 
a permit authorizing same shall have 
been issued by the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works, and no permit shall issue 
until the grantee shall execute to the 
City of Chicago a good and sufficient 
bond in the penal sum of ten thousand 
dollars ($10,000.00) with sureties to be 
approved by the Mayor, conditioned to 
indemnify, save and keep harmless the 



said City of Chicago from any and all 
liability, cost, damage or expense of any 
kind whatsoever, which may be suffered 
by it, said City of Chicago, or which it 
may be put to or which may accrue 
against, be charged to, or recovered from 
said city from or by reason of the pas- 
sage of this ordinance or from or by 
reason of any act or thing done under 
or by autnority of the permission herein 
given, and conditioned further to ob- 
serve and perform all and singular tiie 
conditions and provisions of this ordi- 
nance; said bond and the liability of 
the sureties thereunder shall be kept in 
force throughout the life of this ordi- 
nance, and if at any time during the 
life of this ordinance said bond shall not 
be in full force, then the privileges and 
authority herein granted shall thereupon 
cease. 

Section 6. During the life of this or- 
dinance Hie grantee herein, its successors, 
and assigns, shall at all times keep 
the surface of the street over said pipe in 
a condition satisfactory to the Commls- | 
sioner of Public Works, and safe for 
public travel. j 

Section 7. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage, and upon the filing of the ac- 
ceptance, in writing, of this ordinance 
by said grantee, said acceptance to be 
filed with the City Clerk of the City of 
Chicago, within thirty (30) days from 
the passage of this ordinance, and the 
filing of the bond hereinbefore provided 
for. / 

Tnis. M. Hunter, 

Chairman. '--^M 
ALSO, "^^ 

The same committee, to whom was re- 
ferred an ordinance vacating a part of 
West 14th street, near Leavitt street, 
and an alley in Liock ten (10) of Sec- 
tion 29-39-14, submitted a report rec- 
ommending that the same be placed on 
file. 

Aid. Hunter moved to concur in the 
report. 

The motion prevailed. 



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1841 



1906 



BUILDING DEi'ARTMENT. 

The Committee on Building Depart- 
ment submitted the following report, 
which was, on motion of Aid. Riley, de- 
ferred and ordered publisiied: 

Chicago, October 25, 1906. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 

of Chicago in Council Assembled: 

Your Committee on Bunding Depart- 
ment, to whom was referred an ordi- 
nance amending Sections 730 and 731 of 
the Revised Municipal Code in re shut-off 
valve for electric wires and gas pipes 
into buildings, having had the same un- 
der advisement, beg leave to report and 
recommend that the same be passed. 
Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 

City of Chicago : 

Section 1. That Sections 730 and 
731 of the Revised Municipal Code of 
Chicago of 1905 shall be and the same 
are hereby amended so as to read as 
follows : 

Sec. 730. Any person, firm, or corpo- 
ration within the city furnishing gas or 
electricity for illuminating, heating or 
other purposes, which enter buildings 
by pipes, conduits, or wires, shall furnish 
and equip every such building within the 
city limits with a device or shut-off valve 
or valves, which will enable firemen to 
shut off the supply of gas or current of 
electricity to any such buildings from 
the outside walls thereof; such device 
or shut-off valves to be placed at such a 
point or at such points on the outside 
of any such buildings as may be desig- 
nated by the Fire Marshal and City Elec- 
trician of the City of Chicago and to"be 
of such design and construction as to en- 
able such devices or shut-off valves to 
perform with reasonable certainty and 
safety the work required to be done 
thereby. 

Any device or devices installed for the 
purpose of carrying out the provisions 
of this section shall first be approved by 
the Fire Marshal, and after the installa- 
tion thereof the control of any such de- 



vice or devices so installed in or upon 
any building under the provisions of this 
section shall be under the supervision 
of the Fire Department of the city. 

Provided, however, that buildings used 
exclusively for residence purposes and 
out-buildings, sheds or barns attached or 
appurtenant to buildings used exclusively 
for residence purposes shall be exempted 
from the provisions of this section. 

Sec. 731. Any person, firm, or corpo- 
ration furnishing gas or electricity for 
illuminating, heating, or other purposes, 
which enters buildings by pipes, con- 
duits, or wires, coming within the provi- 
sions of the foregoing section, who shall 
neglect, fail, or refuse to equip any 
such building with a device or devices 
such as are described in the foregoing sec- 
tion shall be fined not less than fifty 
dollars nor more than two hundred dol- 
lars for each offense, and each day which 
shall elapse before the equipment of any 
such building with a device or devices 
as herein required shall be deemed a 
separate and distinct offense, and any 
person w-ho shall disturb, meddle, or 
tamper with any device or devices in- 
stalled under the provisions of the pre- 
ceding section upon any building or any 
buildings, without authority from the 
Fire Marshal, shall be fined not less than 
ten dollars nor more than one hun- 
dred dollars for each offense. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in 
full force and effect from and after its 
passage. 

M. P. Riley, 
Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same committee, to whom was re- 
ferred an ordinance amending Section 
730 of the Revised Municipal Code of 
1905 concerning gas shut-off cocks in 
school buildings; also an order regulat- 
ing department stores in outlying dis- 
tricts; and an order in favor of Sam- 
uel Lyons for a sign, submitted reports 
recommending that the same be placed 
on file. 



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1906 



Aid. Riley moved to concur in the re- 



ports. 

The motion prevailed. 



COMPENSATION. 

The Committee on Compensation, to 
whom was referred an ordinance grant- 
ing T. J. Peterson & Co. permission to 
maintain an elevated switch track 
across North Irving avenue, submitted a 
report recommending that the ordinance 
be referred to the Committee on Streets 
and Alleys, West Division. 

Aid. Snow moved to concur in the re- 
port. 

The motion prevailed. 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS PENDING 
BEFORE THE COUNCIL. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Finance on claim of Frank O'Donnell, for 
wages during illness, deferred and pub- 
lished October 22, 1906, page 1724. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 
Yeas—Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, , Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Board of Local Im- 



provements be and it is hereby authorized 
to issue a voucher in favor of Frank 
O'Donnell for fifteen days' time lost on 
account of illness, in accordance with* its 
recommendation of October 19, 1906, at- 
tached hereto, and the Comptroller is 
ordered to pay the same from the appro- 
priations for the Board of Local Im- 
provements. 

Th© Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claim of William Cum- 
mings, for a rebate on pool table license, 
deferred and published October 22, 1906, 
page 1724. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 
The motion prevailed. 
The following is the order as passed: 
Ordered, That the City Collector be 
and he is hereby authorized to allow to 
William Cummings the sum of fifteen and 
eighty-three one-hundredths dollars 
($15.83) upon payment for billiard and 
pool table license for the current term, 
being the amount overpaid on last period 
license. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claim of Anna Matuszew- 
ska, for injuries to daughter, deferred 
and published October 22, 1906, page 
1724. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 
Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Tick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 



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Heilihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bibl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 
Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized to pay to 
Anna Matuszewska the sum of thirty- 
nine dollars ($39.00) same to be in full 
of all claims for injuries to her daughter 
caused by being shot September 15th, 
1906, by policeman of the Thirty-third 
Precinct while firing at fleeing criminal, 
and charge same to the Finance Commit- 
tee Fund. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claims of Zac Zimmerman 
for refund of saloon license and Joseph 
Stodola, for refund of duplicate amuse- 
ment license, deferred and published Oc- 
tober 22, 1906, page 1725. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith, al- 
lowing the claim of Zac Zimmerman. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, Thait the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized and directed 
to pay to Zac Zimmerman the sum of 



three hundred twenty and sixty -five one- 
hundredths dollars ($320.65), same being 
for unused portion of saloon license No. 
157, first period 1906, and charge same to 
the Finance Committee Fund, appropria- 
tions 1906. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order accompanying 
the report, allowing the claim of Joseph 
Stodola. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and he is hereby authorized and directed 
to pay to Joseph Stodola the sum of 
twenty-five dollars ($25.00), same being 
refund of amount paid for amusement li- 
cense No. 357j two licenses having been 
taken out through error, and charge same 
to the Finance Committee Fund, appro- 
priations 1906. 

This action is taken upon the report 
and recommendation of the City Collec- 
tor, attached hereto. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claim of Charles W. Ben- 
nett, for salary, deferred and published 
October 22, 1906, page 1725. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 



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The following is the order as passed: 
Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized and directed to issue a voucher in 
favor of Charles W. Bennett in the sum 
of thirty-five and seven one-hundredths 
dollars ($35.07), same being for wages 
deducted on account of absence from duty 
at the Central Park Avenue Pumping 
Station, and the Comptroller is ordered to 
pay the same from appropriations for 
pumping stations. This action is taken 
in accordance with the report of the City 
Engineer attached hereto. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance, on claim of Hugh Doran for 
wages during suspension, deferred and 
published October 22, 1906, page 1725. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Pick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Eiley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, No wield, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Oolombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

'Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized to issue a voucher in favor of Hugh 
Dbran in the sum of one hundred twelve 
and fifty one-hundredths dollars ($112.- 
50), same being for time deducted on ac- 
count of suspension of said Hugh Doran 
from his position, and the Comptroller is 



ordered to pay the same from the appro- 
priation for the Harrison Street Pump- 
ing Station. This action is taken in ac- 
cordance with the recommendation of the 
Commissioner of Public Works and City 
Engineer attached hereto. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Finance on claim of Josephine Lane for 
wages during illness, deferred and pub- 
lished October 22, 1906, page 1726. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, G-olombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized and directed to issue a voucher in 
favor of Josephine Lane in the sum of 
three hundred seventy-five dollars, same 
being for wages deducted on account of 
illness of said Josephine Lane, during 
May, June, July, August and September, 
1906, and the Comptroller is ordered to 
pay the same from the appropriation for 
the Bureau of Sewers. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Finance, on sundry bills' of Health De- 
partment, deferred and published Oc- 
tober 22, 1906, page 1726; 



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Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass tlic order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Teas — Kennn, Coiighlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Tick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Kiley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Grolombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Health be and he is hereby authorized to 
voucher the following bills against the 
appropriations heretofore made for his 
department, and the Comptroller is or- 
dered to pay the same when properly 
vouchered and approved by the depart- 
ment (providing same have not been 
heretofore paid) : 

P. J. Murray, expense incurred in 
entertaining visiting city offi- 
cials . .: $ 19.00 

Chicago Building & Repair Co., 
for extras on work done at 
Isolation Hospital 325.50 

P. McGarry & Son, for extras in 
resetting boilers at Isolation 
Hospital 394.42 

Cameron -Amberg & Co.^ for 
printing department's report 

for years 1904-5 3,436.50 

This action is taken in accordance with 

the recommendation of the Commissioner 

of Health, attached hereto. 

The Clerk^ on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance, on claims of S. Foster & Co., 



Edward E. Vail, George A. Marshall, 
Madlung & Eidmann, Mary Hutchins, 
Joseph Kenney & Sons and Peter Bartzen, 
for rebate of water taxes, deferred and" 
published October 22, 1906, page 1726. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized and directed to issue vouchers in 
favor of the following named persons in 
the amount set opposite their names, 
same to be in full of all claims for re- 
bate of water taxes paid on the prop- 
erties named, and the Comptroller is 
ordered to pay the same: 
S Foster & Co., 12-16 N. Ann St. .$51.30 
Edward E. Vail, 7334 \ale Ave. . . 23.00 
George A. Marshall 320 Washing- 
ton Blvd 12.92 

Madlung & Eidmann, 7012 S. Car- 
penter St 2.50 

Madlung & Eidmann, 7014 S. Car- 
penter St 2.50 

Madlung & Eidmann, 7018 S. Car- 
penter St 2.50 

Madlung & Eidmann, 7731 S. Hal- 

sted St 4.12 

Mary Hutchins, 4548 Princeton Av. 11.00 



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Joseph Kenny & Sons 923 Blue Is 

land Av 42.10 

Peter Bartzen, 109-111 Lawrence 

Av 20 UO 

This action is taken in accordance with 
the several recommendations of a sub- 
committee attached hereto. 

The Clerk; on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claim of Mrs. Tenney and 
F. E. Krause, for repairs to sewer, de- 
ferred and published October 22, 1900, 
page 1727. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormiek, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Piley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Peese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Grolombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — ^1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized to issue a voucher in favor of Mrs. 
Tenney and F. E. Krause in the sum of 
twenty and seventy-five one -hundredths 
dollars ($20.75), same to be in full of all 
claims for repairs to sewer at 991 South 
Trumbull avenue, and the Comptroller is 
ordered to pay the same from the appro- 
priation for repairs to sewers. This ac- 
tion is taken in accordance with the rec- 
ommendations of the Comissioner of Pub- 
lic Works and the Superintendent of the 
Bureau of Sewers, attached hereto. 



The Clerk on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on claim of Charles J. Vopic- 
ka for decrease of water tax, deferred and 
published October 22, 1906, page 1727. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas-^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormiek, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
leiton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, No wield, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Duun, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Grolombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby author- 
ized and directed to decrease the water 
tax assessed against 718 South Halsted 
street in the sum of twenty and twenty- 
five one-hundredths dollars ($20.25), on 
account of leakage, provided the balance 
of unpaid water tax assessed upon 718 
South Halsted street is paid at once. 
This action is taken in accordance with 
the recommendation of a sub-committee 
attached hereto. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bennett, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Finance on petition of P. H. Rapp 
for wages, deferred and published Oc- 
tober 22, 1906, page 1727. 

Aid. Bennett moved to concur in the 
report and pass the order therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the order 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 



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on, Pringle, Dailey, Ricliert, Martin, 
:McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derp;i, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Scliermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Na ys — B r enn a n — 1 . 

The following is the order as passed: 
' Ordered, That the Special Park Com- 
mission be and it is hereby authorized 
to issue a voucher in the sum of twenty 
dollars ($20), in favor of P. H. Rapp for 
wages withheld from June 20th to June 
26th, and the Comptroller is ordered to 
pay the same from appropriations for 
Small Park Commission. This action is 
taken in accordance with the recommen- 
dation of the Chairman of the Special 
Park Commission, attached hereto. 



SPECIAL ORDER. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Dever, 
presented an ordinance amending Sections 
705 to 715 of the Revised Code of 1905 
(in re billboards, etc.) substituted for 
the ordinance recommended by the Com- 
mittee on Judiciary in regard thereto, and 
published October 22, 1906, page 1744. 

AMENDMENTS 

to the ordinance under consideration were 
presented as follows: 
By Aid. Badenoch: 

Amend by adding a new section as fol- 
lows : 

"[704a]. Bond and License). Any 
person or persons, company or corpora- 
tion, desiring to engage in and carry 
on the business or occupation of bill- 
posting, advertising, sign or bulletin 
painting, card and banner tacking, dis- 



tributing of hand bills, samples, post- 
ers, advertisements or notices of any 
kind whatsoever, or any similar busi- 
ness, or any part thereof, in the City 
of Chicago shall first file with the City 
Comptroller a bond with sufficient sure- 
ties to be approved by the City Comp- 
troller in the penal sum of five thou- 
sand ($5,000.00) dollars, conditioned 
that the person or persons, company or 
corporation, licensed to engage in any 
of the above occupations will save 
and protect harmless the said city of 
Chicago from any and all damages 
arising from the prosecution of said 
business and will conform with all the 
city ordinances of said city regulating 
said business. 

When any person or persons, com- 
pany or corporation, shall have filed the 
bond as hereinbefore provided in this 
ordinance the City Clerk shall issue 
a license for a period of one year to 
said person or persons, company or 
corporation, to carry on said business 
or occupation upon the payment to 
said city of the sum of two hundred 
and fifty ($250.00) dollars as a license 
fee and shall issue badges bearing the 
name and number of license, which 
badges shall be worn conspicuously dis- 
played by all employes of all licensees." 

By x4.1d. Lipps: 

Amend Section 705 by inserting after 
the word "placed" and before the word 
"on" in the third line of the first para- 
graph the words "above the first story." 

Amend first paragraph of Section 705 
by adding to the end thereof the fol- 
lowing: "And every bill-board or sign- 
board erected or placed on the front of 
any building below the first story thereof 
shall be made of incombustible material 
unless the superficial area of such sign- 
board or bill-board shall be less than 
100 square feet." 

By Aid. Stewart: 
I Amend Section 705, paragraph 2, line 



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10 thereof, by striking out the words 
"more than one hundred square feet in 
superficial area" and by inserting in lieu 
thereof the words "longer than the roof 
on building they are erected upon." 
By Aid. Herlihy: 

Amend Section 7Q7, Article 23, line 16, 
right hand column, to read "five feet 
from inside sidewalk line." 

By Aid. Dever: 

Amend Section 709 of the ordinance by 
striking out the word "constructed" in 
the fifth line thereof; also the word 
"construct" in the eighth line thereof; 
also the word "construction" in the twen- 
ty-fourth line thereof. 

Amend Section 711 of the ordinance by 
striking out the words "sixty days" in 
the nineteenth line thereof and inserting 
in lieu thereof the word "months." 

By Aid. Scully: 

Amend Section 711, line 12, by striking 
out the word "forthwith" and inserting 
in lieu thereof "within one year from 
and after the passage of this ordinance." 

By Aid. Powers: 

Amend by striking out of Section 705, 
page 1744;, line 5, the words "made whol- 
ly of" and insert instead the words "faced 
with." 

Amend Section 706, page 1745, line 

11 of section, by striking out the words 
"constructed of"' and inserting in lieu 
thereof the words "faced with." 

Amend Section 705, paragraph 2, line 

12 thereof, by striking out the words 
"more than one hundred square feet in 
superficial area" and inserting instead 
the words "longer than the roof of build- 
ing they are erected upon." 

Substitute for Section 709 the follow- 
ing: 

"709. No Billboard or Advertising 
Bulletin Board Shall Be Erected 
Without Permit). No bill board 
or advertising bulletin board such 
as described in this ordinance 



shall be erected, constructed or 
maintained within this city unless a 
permit shall first have been secured by 
the person, corporation or company de- 
siring to erect, construct or maintain 
such bill board or advertising bulle- 
tin board, from the Commissioner of 
Buildings to whom application for such 
permit shall be made, which person, 
corporation or company shall be li- 
censed and bonded as in the ordinance 
provided; and such application shall 
be accompanied by such diagram of 
the proposed bill board or advertising 
bulletin board as may be necessary to 
fully advise and acquaint the Com- 
missioner with construction of such 
bill board or advertising bulletin board. 
If the diagram accompanying such ap- 
plication shall be in accordance with 
the provisions of this ordinance said 
Commissioner shall thereupon issue a 
permit for the erection or construction 
of such bill board or advertising bulle- 
tin board upon the payment by the ap- 
plicant of a fee as hereinafter fixed; 
provided, however, that none of the 
provisions of this ordinance shall ap- 
ply to or affect any bill board or ad- 
vertising bulletin board erected upon 
property abutting the right of way of 
any railroad where such bill board or 
advertising bulletin board does not 
front upon a public highway, except 
that a person, company or corporation 
desiring to erect, construct or main- 
tain bill boards or advertising bulletin 
boards on property abutting the right 
of way of railroads must be licensed 
and bonded as in this ordinance pro- 
vided." 

Amend by striking out all of Section 
713 and substituting therefor the follow- 
ing section: 

"713. Fees for permits.) The fee to 
be charged for permits issued for the 
erection or construction of bill boards 
or advertising bulletin boards shall be 
two ($2.00) dollars for each bill board 
or advertising bulletin board." 



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1906 



Aid. Fisher presented the following 
resolution and amendment to the ordi- 
nance under consideration: 

Whereas, The ordinance now pending 
before the City Council of the City of 
Chicago, known as the "bill board" ordi- 
nance, will work irreparable injury to the 
commercial sign interest of this city, 
who, while engaged in the business of 
making signs, are a separate and dis- 
tinct branch of the sign business from 
the advertising, bulletin and bill posting 
branch, and are in no way producing the 
risk which is the cause of the pending 
ordinance; and 

Whereas, The Sign Contractors' Asso- 
ciation of the City of Chicago in meeting 
assembled desired to be protected in 
their interests; therefore, be it 

Resolved, That the City Council of the 
City of Chicago be and is hereby re- 
quested to take into consideration the fol- 
lowing suggestion amending the pending 
ordinance. 

Amend the ordinance by adding at the 
end of Section 14 thereof the following: 
"Nothing in this ordinance shall be so 
construed as to apply to commercial 
signs npon the fronts of buildings." 

Aid. Larson moved that the ordinance 
and amendments thereto be deferred and 
made a special order of business for the 
next regular meeting of the Council at 
8:30 o'clock. 

Aid. Dever moved to lay on the table 
the motion to defer. 
The motion was lost. 

The question recurring on the motion 
to defer^ the motion prevailed. 



SPECIAL ORDER. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Dunn, pre- 
sented the report of the Committee on 
License on an ordinance creating a pro- 
hibition district bounded by Lake Shore 
drive, Cedar street, State street. Maple 
street. Dearborn avenue^ Oak street and 



Rush street, deferred and published Oc- 
tober 22, 1906, page 1728. 

Aid. Dailey moved to place the report 
and ordinance on file. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and 
nays as follows : 

Teas— Kenna, Coughlin, Dailey, Rich- 
ert, Martin, McCormick, Moynihan, Der- 
pa, Scully, Cullerton, Lloffman, Uhlir, 
Riley, Considine, Maypole, Nowieki, 
Schermann, Sitts, Dever, Brennan, Con- 
Ion, Powers, Bowler,- Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Krumholz, Reinberg, Blase, Herlihy, 
Wendling, Golombiewski, Nolan — 32. 

Nays — Harding, Dixon, Pringle, Young, 
McCoid, Bennett, Snow, Harris, Harkin, 
Smith, Beilfuss, Stewart, Finn, Reese 
Foell, Jacobs, Dunn, Williston, Lipps, 
Siewert, Larson, Burns, Bradley, O'Con- 
nell, Roberts, Fisher, Badenoch, Hunt, 
Bihl, Race, Hunter— 31. 



SPECIAL ORDER. 

The Clerk on motion of Aid. Bihl, pre- 
sented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, South Division, on 
an ordinance granting permission to L. 
T. Dickason to elevate and relocate a 
switch track across Wallace street and 
Englewood avenue, deferred and pub- 
lished July 2, 1906, page 1085, and de- 
ferred October 22, 1906, page 1763. 

Aid. Bihl moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the ordinance therewith.* 

The motion was lost, and the ordi- 
nance failed to pass, by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Dailey, Rich- 
ert, Martin, McCormick, Moynihan, Scul- 
ly, Cullerton, Hoffman, Riley, Considine, 
Brennan, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stew- 
art, Sullivan, Dougherty, Krumholz, 
Dunn, Williston, Blase, Larson, Herlihy, 
Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, Bradley, 
Badenoch, Bihl, Nolan — 32. 

A^a^/s— Harding, Dixon, Pringle, Young, 
McCoid, Bennett, Snow, Derpa, Harkin, 



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1906 



Maypole, Smith, Beilfuss, Nowicki, 
Schermann, Sitts, Dever, Finn, Reese, 
Foell, Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, O'Con- 
nell, Roberts, Fisber, Hunt, Hunter— 27. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bihl, pre- 
sented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, South Division, on 
an ordinance for canopy for Chicago Ath- 
letic Association Annex, at 10-12 East 
Madison street, deferred and published 
July 9, 1906, page 1207. 

Aid. Bihl moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, ' Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
"Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 
. 'Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed: 
Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That permission and au- 
thority be and the same are hereby 
given and granted to the Chicago Athlet- 
ic Association, its successors and assigns, 
to construct, maintain and use a canopy 
over the sidewalk on Madison street, 
between Michigan and Wabash avenues, 
from the building known as the Chicago 
Athletic Association Annex and situate 
at 10 and 12 East Madison street, which 
canopy shall be constructed of incombus- 
tible material. The lowest portion of 
said canopy shall be not less than 12 



feet above the surface of the sidewalk 
over which the said canopy projects, shall 
not extend more than 16 feet beyond the 
face of the wall of said building, and 
shall not exceed 20 feet in width. The 
location, construction and maintenance of 
said canopy shall be under the direction 
and supervision of the Co.mmissioner of 
Public Works and Fire Marshal of the 
City of Chicago, and the location and 
construction of same shall be in accord- 
ance with plans and specifications which 
shall first be approved by the Commis- 
sioner of Public Works and the Fire 
Marshal of the City of Chicago, a copy 
of which plans and specifications shall at 
all times be kept on file in the office of 
the Commissioner of Public Works, and 
no permit shall be issued allowing any 
work to be done in and about the con- 
struction of said canopy herein, author- 
ized, until such plans and specifications 
have first been submitted to and ap- 
proved by the said Commissioner of 
Public Works and the said Fire Mar- 
shal. 

Section 2. The permission and au- 
thority herein granted shall cease and 
determine ten (10) years from and after 
the date of the passage of this ordinance, 
or at any time prior thereto at the dis- 
cretion of the Mayor. In case of the 
termination of the privileges herein 
granted by lapse of time or by the exer- 
cise of the Mayor's discretion as afore- 
said, said grantee shall ren^ove said can- 
opy without cost or expense of any kind 
whatsoever to the City of Chicago, pro- 
vided that in the event of the failure, 
neglect or refusal on the part of said 
grantee, its successors and assigns, to re- 
move said canopy when directed so to 
do, the City of Chicago may proceed to 
remove same and charge the expense 
thereof to the said grantee, its succes- 
sors and assigns. 

Section 3. In consideration of the 
privileges herein granted and as com- 
pensation therefor, said Chicago Athletic 
Association, its successors and assigns, 



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sliall pay to the City of Chicago, so 
long as the privileges herein authorized 
are being enjoyed, the sum of twenty 
five dollars ($25.00) dollars per year, 
payable annually in advance, the first 
payment to be made as of the date of the 
passage of this ordinance and every suc- 
ceeding payment annually thereafter, 
provided that if default is made in the 
payment of any of the installments of 
compensation herein provided for, the 
privileges herein granted shall imme- 
diately terminate and this ordinance 
shall become null and void. 

Section 4. No work shall be done un- 
der the authority of this ordinance un- 
til a permit shall have first been issued 
by the Commissioner of Public Works 
authorizing such work to proceed, and 
no permit shall issue until the first an- 
nual payment herein provided for has 
been made at the office of the City Col- 
lector of the City of Chicago, and bond 
has been executed by the said grantee 
in the penal sum of ten thousand dol- 
lars, with sureties to be approved by the 
Mayor, conditioned to indemnify, save and 
keep harmless the City of Chicago from 
any and all damages, cost, expense or 
liability of any kind whatsoever which 
may be suffered by it, said City of Chi- 
cago, or which it may be put to, or which 
may accrue against, be charged to or 
recovered from said city, by reason of 
or on acount of the permission and au- 
thority herein granted, or the exercise 
by the grantee herein, its lessees or as- 
signs, of the permission and authority 
hereby given, and conditioned further for 
the faithful observance' and performance 
or all and singular the conditions and 
provisions of this ordinance. Said bond 
and the liabilities and sureties thereon 
shall be kept in force throughout the 
life of this ordinance, and if at any time 
during the life of this ordinance such 
bond shall not be kept in full force, then 
the privileges herein granted shall there- 
upon cease. 

Section 5. This ordinance shall take 



efl'ect and be in force from and after its 
passage, provided that the said grantee 
files written acceptance of this ordinance, 
together with bond hereinabove provided 
for within thirty days. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bihl, pre- 
sented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, South Division, on 
an ordinance granting permission to Stair 
& Middleton to erect three canopies at 
1920 State street^ over the sidewalk oia 
Twentieth, street 150 feet west of State 
street, and Archer avenue and Twentieth 
street, respectively, deferred and pub- 
lished October 15, 1906, page 1491. 

Aid. Bihl moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed: 

AN ORDINANCE 

Authorizing the erection of three cano- 
pies extending over the sidewalk from 
the Alhambra Theatre building. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That permission and au- 
thority be and the same are hereby given 
and granted to E. D. Stair and George 
Middleton, co-partners, doing business 



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as Stair & Middleton, their heirs, exec- 
utors and assigns, to construct, main- 
tain and use a canopy over the sidewalk 
at No. 1920 State street; also to con- 
struct, maintain and use a canopy over 
the sidewalk on 20th street, 150 feet west 
of State street; also to construct, main- 
tain and use a canopy over the side- 
walk at No. 1907 Archer avenue; all of 
said canopies to extend from the build- 
ing known as the Alhambra Theatre 
building situated on State street. Archer 
avenue and 20th street. Each of said 
canopies shall be constructed of incom- 
bustible material and the lowest por- 
tion thereof shall not be less than twelve 
(12) feet above the surface of the 
sidewalk over which the same projects 
and shall not extend more than sixteen 
(16) feet beyond the face of the wall of 
said building, and shall not exceed 
twenty (20) feet in width. The loca- 
tion, construction and maintenance of 
each of said canopies shall be under 
the direction and supervision of the Com- 
missioner of Public " Works and Fire 
Marshal of the City of Chicago, and the 
location and construction of same shall 
be in accordance with plans and speci- 
fications which shall first be approved by 
the Commissioner of Public Works, and 
the Fire Marshal of the City of Chicago, 
a copy of which plans and specifications 
shall at all times be kept on file in the 
office of the Commissioner of Public 
Works; and no permit shall be issued 
allowing any work to be done in and 
about the construction of the canopies 
herein authorized until such plans and 
specifications have first been submitted 
to and approved by the said Commis- 
sioner ol Public Works and the said 
Fire Marshal. 

Section 2. The permission and au- 
thority herein granted shall cease and 
determine ten (10) years from and after 
the date of the passage of this ordi- 
nance or at any time prior thereto at 
the discretion of the Mayor. In case 
of the termination of the privileges 



herein granted by lapse of time or other- 
wise, said grantees shall remove said 
canopies, or either of them, without cost 
or expense of any kind whatsoever to the 
City of Chicago; Provided, that in the 
event of the failure, neglect or refusal 
on the part of said grantees, their heirs, 
executors or assigns, to remove said 
canopies, or either of them, when di- 
rected so to do, the City of Chicago 
may proceed to remove same and charge 
the expense thereof to the said grantees, 
their heirs, executors or assigns. 

Section 3. In consideration of the 
privileges herein granted and as com- 
pensation therefor said E. D. Stair and 
George Middleton, co-partners as afore- 
said, their heirs, executors and assigns, 
shall pay to the City of Chicago the sum 
of seventy-five ($75.00) dollars per year, 
payable annually in advance; the first 
payment to be made as of the date of 
the passage of this ordinance, and every 
succeeding payment annually there- 
after. 

It is hereby made an express pro- 
vision of this ordinance that the privi- 
leges herein granted shall terminate and 
this ordinance become null and void if 
said grantees, their heirs, executors or 
assigns, shall fail promptly to pay any 
installments of said compensation. 

Section 4. No work shall be done 
under authority of this ordinance until 
a. permit for same shall first jhave been 
issued by the Commissioner bf Public 
Works authorizing such work to proceed, 
and no permit shall issue until the first 
annual payment herein provided for 
has been made at the office of the City 
Collector of the City of Chicago, and 
bond has been executed by the s^id gran- 
tees in the penal sum of ten thousand 
($10,000.00) dollars, with sureties to be 
approved by the Mayor, conditioned to 
indemnify, save and keep harmless the 
City of Chicago from any and all dam- 
ages, costs, expense or liability of any 
kind whatsoever which may be suffered 
by it, said City of Chicago, or which 



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it may be put to, or Avhieh may accrue 
against, be clrarged^ 'to, or recovered 
from said city from or by reason or on 
account of the passage of this ordi- 
nance, or from or by reason or on ac- 
count of any act or thing done under or 
by authority of the permission herein 
granted, or the exercise by the grantees 
herein, their lessees, heirs, executors or 
assigns, of the permission and authority 
lierein granted, and conditioned further 
to observe and perform all and singular 
the conditions and provisions of this or- 
dinance. Said bond and the liability 
thereon shall be kept in full force 
throughout the life of this ordinance, and 
if at any time during the life of this 
ordinance such bond shall not be in full 
force, then the privileges herein granted 
shall thereupon cease. 

Section 5. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage; Provided, that the grantees 
herein -shall file their written acceptance 
of the same and the bond hereinabove 
provided for within thirty (30) days of 
the passage hereof. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bihl, pre- 
sented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, South Division, on 
an ordinance granting permission to Bau- 
man Jewelry Company to erect a clock, 
deferred and published October 15, 1906, 
page 1492. 

Aid. Bihl moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows.: 

Yeas — ^Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 



Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed: 

AN ORDINANCE 

Authorizing Bauman Jewelry Company 
to erect and maintain a clock on the 
southwest corner of State and Madi- 
son streets. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That permission and au- 
thority be and the same are hereby 
granted to Bauman Jewelry Company 
(a corporation), its successors and as- 
signs, to erect and maintain an orna- 
mental clock at the northwest corner 
of Chicago Savings Bank Building, situ- 
ated on the southwest corner of State 
and Madison streets. Said clock to be 
constructed according to plans approved 
by the Commissioner of Public Works 
of the City of Chicago, a copy of which 
plans shall be kept on file in the office of 
the said Commissioner, and said clock 
shall be constructed in a safe and work- 
manlike manner under the supervision 
and to the satisfaction of the Commis- 
sioner of Public Works. 

Section 2. The permission and au- 
thority herein granted shall cease and 
determine ten years from and after the 
date of the passage of this ordinance, or 
at any time prior thereto in the discre- 
tion of the Mayor. In paise of the ter- 
mination of the privileges herein granted, 
by lapse of time or by the exercise of 
the Mayor's discretion, said grantee, its 
successors or lassigns shall remove said 
clock without cost or expense to the 
city, under the supervision and to the 
satisfaction of the Commissioner of 
Public Works. 

Section 3. No work shall be done un- 
der the authority of this ordinance un- 
til a permit authorizing the same shall 



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have been issued by the Commissioner of 
Public Works; and no permit shall is- 
sue until the grantee herein shall exe- 
cute to the City of Chicago a good and 
sufficient bond in the penal sum of ten 
thousand ($10,000) dollars with sure- 
ties to be approved by the Mayor, con- 
ditioned to indemnify, save and keep 
harmless the City of Chicago from any 
and all liability, costs, damage or ex- 
pense of any kind whatsoever, which may 
be suffered by it, said City of Chicago, 
or which it may be put to or which miay 
accrue against, be charged to or recov- 
ered from said city, from or by reason 
of the passage of this ordinance, or from 
or by reason of any act or thing done 
under or by authority of the permission 
herein given, and conditioned further, 
to observe and perform all and singular 
the conditions and provisions of this or- 
dinance. Said bond and the liability 
thereon shall be kept in force through- 
out the life of this ordinance, and if at 
any time during the life of this ordi- 
nance such bond shall not be in full 
force, then the privileges herein granted 
shall thereupon cease. 

Section 4. During the life of this 
ordinance* said grantee, its successors 
and assigns shall at all times maintain 
said clock in a manner satisfactory to 
the Commissioner of Public Works. 

Section 5. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage, provided that said grantee, 
within thirty (30) days of the passage 
of this ordinance shall file its written 
acceptance and, the bond herein provided 
for. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bihl, pre- 
sented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, South Division, on 
an ordinance granting permission to Chi- 
cago Athletic Association to maintain 
two ventilating fans and fan housings, 
deferred and published October 15, 1906, 
page 1493. 

Aid. Bihl moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 



The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas "and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringie, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Pick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Wllliston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed: 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That permission and au- 
thority be and the same are hereby given 
and granted to the Chicago Athletic As- 
sociation, their successors and assigns, 
to construct, maintain and use two (2) 
ventilating fans and fan housings in the 
alley between Michigan and Wabash ' 
avenues, from the building known as the 
Chicago Athletic Association and situate 
at 125 Michigan avenue, which fans and 
housings shall be constructed of incom- 
bustible material. The lowest portion of 
said fans and housings shall be no less 
than 38.8 feet above the surface of the 
alley over which the fans and koiisings 
project, shall not extend more than 7 
feet beyond the face of the wall of said 
building, and shall not exceed 4.0 feet in 
width. The location, construction and 
maintenance of said fans arid housings 
shall be under the direction and super- 
vision of the Commissioner of Public 
Works of the City of Chicago, and the 
location vind construction of same shall 
be in accordance with plans and specifi- 
cations which shall first be approved by 



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the Commissioner of Public Works of 
the City of Chicago, a copy of which 
pl'ans and specifications shall at all 
times be kept on file in the office of the 
Commissioner of Public Works, and no 
permit shall be issued allowing any work 
■ to be done in and about the construc- 
tion of said fans and housings herein au- 
thorized, until such plans and speci- 
fications have first been submitted to 
and approved by the Commissioner of 
Public Works. 

Section 2. That permission and au- 
thority herein granted shall cease and 
determine ten (10) years from and after 
the date of the passage of this ordinance, 
or at any time prior thereto at the dis- 
cretion of the Mayor. In case of the 
termination of the privileges herein 
granted by lapse of time or by the exer- 
cise of the Mayor's discretion las afore- 
said, said grantee shall remove said fans 
and housings without cost or expense of 
any kind whatsoever to the City of Chi- 
• cago, provided that in the event of the 
failure, neglect or refusal on the part 
of said grantee, its successors or as- 
signs, to remove said fans and housings 
when directed so to do, the City of Chi- 
cago may proceed to remove same and 
charge the expense thereof to the said 
grantee, its successors and assigns. 

Section 3. In consideration of the 
privileges herein granted and as com- 
pensation therefor, said Chicago Ath- 
letic Association, its successors and 
assigns, shall pay to the City of Chi- 
cago, so long as the privileges herein 
authorized are being enjoyed, the sum of 
twenty- five ($25.00) dollars per year, 
payable annually in advance, the first 
payment to be made as of the date of 
the passage of this ordinance and every 
succeeding payment annually thereafter, 
provided that if default is made in the 
payment of any of the installments of 
compensation herein provided for, the 
privileges herein granted shall immedi- 
ately terminate and this ordinance shall 
become null and void. 



Section 4. No work ,shall be done un- 
der the authority of this ordinance until 
a permit shall have first been issued by 
the Commissioner of Public Works au- 
thorizing such work to proceed, and no 
permit shall be issued until the first an- 
nual payment herein provided for has 
been made at the office of the City Col- 
lector of ,the City of Chicago, and bond 
has been executed by the said grantees 
in the penal sum of ten thousand ($10r 
000.00) dollars, with sureties to be ap- 
proved by the Mayor, conditioned 
to indemnify, save and keep harm- 
less the City of Chicago from any 
and all damages, cost, expense or 
liability of any kind whatsoever 
which may be suffered by it, said City 
of Chicago, or which it may be put to, 
or which may accrue against, be charged 
to or recovered from said city, by rea- 
son of or on account of the permission 
and authority herein granted, or the ex- 
ercise by the grantees herein, their les- 
sees or assigns, of the permission and 
authority hereby given, and conditioned 
further for the faithful observance and 
performance of all and singular the con- 
ditions and provisions of this ordinance. 
Said bond and the liabilities and sure- 
ties thereon shall be kept in force 
throughout the life this ordinance, and if 
at any time during the life of this ordi- 
nance such bond shall not be kept in full 
force, then the provisions herein granted 
shall thereupon cease. 

Section 5. This ordinance ,shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage, provided that the said grantee 
files written acceptance of this ordinance, 
together with bond hereinabove provided, 
for within thirty days. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bihl, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, South Division, on 
an ordinance granting permission to 
Coyne Bros, to erect a clock at 161 
South Water street, deferred and pub- 
lished October 15, 1906, page 1495. 

Aid. Bihl moved to concur in the re- 



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port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and and nays 
as follows: 

Ye^s— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimnier, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Scherniann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Povwers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
WiUiston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

'Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance a; 
passed: 

AN OSDINANCE 

Authorizing Coyne Brothers to construct 

and maintain a clock projecting from 

the building at 161 South Water street. 

Be it ordained by the Gity Council of the 

City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That permission and au- 
thority be and the same are hereby 
granted to Daniel J. Coyne and Richard 
J. Coyne, co-partners, trading as Coyne 
Brothers, their heirs, executors and as- 
signs, to construct and maintain a thirty- 
six (36) inch double dial metal base 
clock projecting from the building situ- 
ated 'at 161 South Water street. Said 
clock shall be ^structed according to 
plans approved by the Commissioner of 
Public Works of the City of Chicag o,a 
copy of which plans shall be kept on file 
in the office of the said Commissioner, 
and said clock shall be constructed m a 
safe and workmanlike manner under the 
supervision and to the satisfaction of 
the said Commissioner of Public Works. 

Section 2. The permission and au- 
thority herein granted shall cease and 
determine ten years from and after the 



date of the passage of this ordinance or 
at any time prior thereto in the discre- 
tion of the Mayor. In case of the 
termination of the privileges herein 
granted by lapse of time or by the ex- 
ercise of the Mayor's discretion afore- 
said, said grantees, their heirs, execu- 
tors or assigns shall remove said clock 
under the direction and to the satisfac- 
tion of the Commissioner of Public 
Works, without any cost or expense to 
the city. 

Section 3. No work shall be done un- 
der the authority of this ordinance un- 
til a permit authorizing the same shall 
have been issued by the Commissioner 
of Public Works; and no permit shall 
issue until the grantees herein shall exe- 
cute to the City of Chicago a good and 
sufficient bond in the penal sum of ten 
thousand ($10,000) dollars, with sure- 
ties to be approved by the Mayor, con- 
ditioned to indemnify, save and keep 
harmless the City of Chicago from any 
and all liability, cost, damage or expense 
of any kind whatsoever, which may be 
suffered by it, said City of Chicago, or 
which it may be put to or which may 
accrue against, be charged to or recov- 
ered from said city from or by reason of 
the passage of this ordinance or from 
or by reason of any act or thing done 
under or by authority of the permis- 
sion herein granted, and conditioned fur- 
ther, to observe and perform all and sin- 
gular the conditions and provisions of 
this ordinance. Said bond and the lia- 
bility thereon shall be kept in force 
throughout the life of this ordinance, 
and if at any time during the life of 
this ordinance 'such bond shall not be in 
full force and effect, then the privilege 
herein granted shall thereupon cease. 

Section 4. During the life of this or- 
dinance said grantees, their heirs, exe- 
cutors and assigns shall at all times keep 
the sidewalk immediately beneath the 
said clock in a condition satisfactory to 
the Commissioner of Public Works and 
shall also maintain the said clock in a 



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inaniier satisfactory to said Commis- 
sioner. 

Section 5. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage, provided that said grantees 
shall within thirty (30) days after the 
passage of this ordinance file their writ- 
ten acceptance of same and the bond 
herein provided for. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Bihl, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Streets and Allej^s, South Division, 
on an ordinance granting permission to 
Magner, Winslow & Co. to maintain 
sidewalk elevator, deferred and published 
October 15, 1906, page 1497. 

Aid. Bihl moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by jesis and nays as 
follows : 

YeCis — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter— 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is • the ordinance as 
passed : 

Be it ordained ly the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section ^. That permission and au- 
thority be and the same are hereby 
granted to Z. R. Winslow and E. Heg, 
a co-partnership doing business under the 
firm name of Magner, Winslow & Com- 
pany, their successors and assigns, to 
construct and maintain a sidewalk ele- 



vator and double steel doors over the 
same in the sidewalk in front of the 
premises known as No. 314 South Clark 
street, saia steeel doors to be of the di- 
mensions' of four feet six inches by seven 
feet eight inches, and to be constructed 
according to plans approved by the Com- 
missioner of Public Works of the City of 
Chicago, a copy of which said plans shall 
be kept on file in the office of the Com- 
missioner of Public Works; said eleva- 
tor and steel doors shall be constructed 
in a safe and workmanlike manner under 
the supervision and to the satisfaction 
of the Commissioner of Public Works. 

Section 2. The permission and au- 
thority herein granted shall cease and de- 
termine ten years from and after the 
date of passage of this ordinance, or at 
any time prior thereto at the discretion 
of the Mayor. In case of the termina- 
tion of the privileges herein granted by 
lapse of time, or by the exercise of the 
discretion of the Mayor, as aforesaid, 
said grantees, their successors and as- 
signs shall restore said portion of the 
sidewalk at the place where said iron 
doors are located to a condition satisfac- 
tory to the Commissioner of Public 
Works, at the sole expense of the gran- 
tees herein, and without cost or expense 
of any kind whatsoever to the ""ity of 
Chicago. 

Section 3. No work shall be done 
under the authority of this ordinance 
until a permit authorizing the same shall 
have been issued by the Commissioner of 
Public Works, and no permit shall issue 
until the grantees herein shall execute 
to the City of Chicago a good and suffi- 
cient bond in the penal sum of Ten 
Thousand ($10,000.00) Dollars with 
sureties to be approved by the Mayor, 
conditioned to indemnify, save and keep 
harmless the City of Chicago from any 
and all liability, damage or expense of 
any kind whatsoever, which may be suf- 
fered by it, the said City of Chicago, or 
which it may be put to, or which may 
accrue against, be charged to, or re- 
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act or thing done under or by authority 
of the permission herein granted; and 
conditioned further to observe and per- 
form all and singular the conditions and 
provisions of this ordinance; said bond 
and liability thereon shall be kept in 
force throughout the life of this ordi- 
nance, and if at any time during the 
life of this ordinance said bond shall not 
be in full force, then the privileges and 
authority herein granted shall thereupon 
cease. 

Section 4, During the life of this ordi- 
nance the grantees, their successors and 
assigns, shall at all times keep the side- 
w^alk in which said steel doors are lo- 
cated in a condition satisfactory to the 
Commissioner of Public Works. 

Section 5. Said grantees or their suc- 
cessors and assigns shall pay to the City 
of Chicago as compensation for the privi- 
lege herein granted, the sum of $25.00 
per annum in advance, the first payment 
to be made on the date of the passage of 
this ordinance. 

Section 6. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage and upon the filing of the ac- 
ceptance in writing, of this ordinance by 
the said grantee, and the filing of the 
bond herein provided for. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Hunter, 
presented the report of the Committee on 
Streets and Alleys, West Division, on 
an ordinance vacating part of South Troy 
street and alleys in Couch's Subdivision, 
deferred and published October 22, 1906, 
page 1734. 

Aid. Hunter moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the ordinance therewith. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordi- 
nance was passed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormiek, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoffman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 



Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Colombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Coniiell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 

passed : 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That that portion of South 
Troy street bounded on the south by the 
north line of West Van Buren street, 
on the east by the west line of Lot 7 of 
James Couch's Subdivision of north one- 
half (N. 1/2), south one-half (S. %), 
northwest one-quarter (N. W. l^), Sec- 
tion 13, 39, 13; on the north by the 
south line of Jackson boulevard, and 
on the west by the east line of Lot 8, 
James Couch's Subdivision of north one- 
half (N. 1/2), south one-half (S. V2), 
northwest one-quarter (N. W. I/4), Sec- 
tion 13, 39, 13; also that part of the 
first east and west 16-foot alley south 
of Jackson boulevard beginning at the 
west line of South Troy street and ex- 
tending 122.76 feet west; also that part 
of the first 16-foot alley north of West 
Van Buren street beginning with the west 
line of South Troy street and extending 
122.76 feet west, as shown in the space 
colored pink and marked "To be va- 
cated" in the attached plat, which for 
greater certainty is made a part of this 
ordinance, be and the same are hereby 
vacated and closed, provided, however, 
that if any part of the street or alleys 
so vacated shall at any time hereafter 
be used for any other than religious or 
educational purposes, then and in such 
case this ordinance shall be void, and the 
said vacation shall be for, naught held; 
and provided further that the city shall 
at all times have the right to maintain 



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and operate any and all water pipes and 
sewers in said street or alleys. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its 
passage; provided, however, that the 
owner or owners of the property abutting 
upon the street and alleys hereby va- 
cated shall within thirty (30) days 
after the passage of this ordinance file 
with the Recorder of Deeds of Cook 
County, Illinois, a copy of this ordinance 
and the plat attached thereto. 

Aid. Hunter moved that an ordinance' 
vacating a certain strip of land in 
Block 08, in the northwest quarter of 
Section 16-39-14, deferred and published 
July 2, 1906, page 1100; also, an ordi- 
nance vacating an alley in Eberhardt 
and Wilbur's Subdivision, deferred and 
published July 9, 1906, page 1212; and 
an ordinance authorizing the Chicago, 
Burlington and Quincy Railway to lay 
tracks in Union and Lumber streets, de- 
ferred and published October 15, 1906, 
page 1499, be recommitted to the Com- 
mittee on Streets and Alleys, West Divi- 
sion. 

The motion prevailed. 

The 'Clerk, on motion of Aid. Riley, 
presented the report of the Committee 
on Building Department on an ordinance 
amending Sections 457 and ' 458 of the 
Revised Code of 1905 concerning tne 
number of stairways required in fire- 
proof buildings of Class VII., deferred 
and published October 22, 1906, page 
1734. 

In connection with the ordinance un- 
der consideration the Clerk was instruct- 
ed by the Chair to read a communication 
from a committee on public action of the 
Chicago Architects' Business Association, 
a communication from George Beaumont, 
and one from the Commissioner of Build- 
ings, protesting against the passage of 
the ordinance. 

The Clerk read also the following com- 
munication from the Commissioner of 



Buildings (temporarily deferred, page 
1790) : 

Chicago, October 24, 1906. 
Honorable Edimrd F. Dmine, Mayor, 

City of Chicago: 

Dear Sir — There are several changes 
I would like to propose to that portion 
of the Revised Municipal Code pertaining 
to the construction and maintenance of 
buildings. 

From time to time disputes arise be- 
tween this department and architects and 
builders upon various matters with re- 
spect to the enforcement of the present 
ordinances, and, in some instances, I can 
see good reason for the contention of 
these parties, although they may be at 
variance with the building ordinances. 

I would, therefore, respectfully sug- 
gest that you take the necessary steps 
toward appointing a commission of com- 
petent persons for a complete revision of 
these ordinances, and I would ask that 
you kindly request the City Council to 
defer any action on pending amendments 
until such time as this commission will 
meet. I, would also ask that you kincLly 
request that body to defer any action 
on the amendment pertaining to the new 
Marshall Field and Company store until 
such time as this commission meets. 
Respectfully yours, 

Peter Bartzen, 
Commissioner of Buildings. 

Aid. Coughlin moved to pass the ordi- 
nance recommended by the Committee on 
Building Department. 

Aid. Martin moved to recommit the 
report and ordinance to the Committee 
on Building Department. 

Aid. Dixon moved to lay on the table 
the motion to recommit. 

The motion to lay on the table pre- 
vailed by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna, Coughlin, Harding Dix- 
on, Pringle, Richert, McCormick, Young, 
McCoid, Bennett, Snow, Derpa, Harris, 



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Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cullerton, Hoflfman, 
Zimmer, Uhlir, Considine, Harkin, May- 
pole, Smith, Beilfuss, Schermann, Pow- 
ers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, Reese, Foell, 
Sullivan, Dougherty, Werno, Jacobs, 
Krumholz, Dunn, WilUston, Lipps, Rein- 
berg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, Herlihy, 
Wendling, Oolombiewski, Burns, Roberts, 
Fisher, Badenoch, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, 
Hunter — 55. 

¥a^s— Dailey, Martin, Moynihan, Ri- 
ley, Nowicki, Sitts, Dever, Brennan, 
Conlon, Bradley, O'Connell, Hunt, Race 
—13. 

The question recurring on the mo- 
tion to pass the ordinance, the motion 
prevailed and the ordinance was passed 
by yeas and nays as follov>^s: 

Teas— Kenna, Coughlin, Harding Dix- 
on, Pringle, Richert, McCormick, Young, 
McCoid, Bennett, Snow, Derpa, Harris, 
Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cullerton, Hoffman, 
Zimmer, Uhlir, Considine, Harkin, May- 
pole, Smith, Beilfuss, Schermann, Con- 
lon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, Finn, 
Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, Werno, 
Jacobs, Krumholz, Dunn, Williston, 
Lipps, Reinberg, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Roberts, Badenoch, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, 
Hunter — 55. 

Ilays — Dailey, Martin, Moynihan, Ri- 
ley, Nowicki, Sitts, Dever, Brennan, 
Bradley, Fisher, Hunt, Race — 12. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed : • 

Be it ordained ly the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That Section 458 of the 
Revised Municipal Code of Chicago of 
1905 be and the same hereby is amended 
by adding at the end of said section 
the following: 

"Whenever any building of fireproof 
construction used wholly or in part 
for the purposes of Class VII., shall 
adjoin or be attached to a fireproof 
building, used by the same occupant, 



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and having in its required intervening 
fire wall one or more openings, and 
fitted with fire doors, on each side of 
the fire wall, having self closing device 
thereon, as approved by the Building 
Department, then every such opening 
shall, for all purposes, be held to be 
equivalent to and take the place of 
and be regarded as a stairway, built 
and enclosed in the manner described 
in the following section (459). But 
in no case shall there be less than one 
stairway in any such building." 

Section 2. That Section 457 of the 
Revised Municipal Code of Chicago of 
1905 be and the same hereby is amended 
by adding at the end of said section the 
following : 

"Provided, however, that if any 
building used wholly or in part for 
the purposes of Class VII., be equip- 
ped with automatic sprinklers, and be 
connected with another building simi- 
larly used, and distant not less than 
twenty-five feet, and used by the same 
occupant, by a fireproof bridge or 
passageway similarly equipped, then 
each such bridge or passageway shall 
be held to be equivalent to and take 
the place of one outside stairway fire 
escape on each of the buildings so con- 
nected." 

Section 3. This ordinance shall be 
in full force and effect from and after 
its passage. 

In connection with the question last 
under consideration. Aid. Moynihan 
moved that, in accordance with the rec- 
ommendation of the Commissioner of 
Buildings, the Mayor be empowered to 
appoint a commission of five members, m 
addition to the Fire Marshal and the 
Conmiissioner of Buildings, to act in con- 
junction with the Committee on Building 
Department of the City Council, to re- 
vise that part of the Revised Code of 
1905 known as the "building ordi- 
nance." 

After debate. Aid. Bennett presented 



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the following order as a substitute for 
the foregoing motion: 

Ordered', That the Commissioner of 
Buildings be and he is hereby directed to 
submit to this Council such amendments 
to the building ordinances as, in his 
judgment, are necessary and that such 
amendments, when submitted, be referred 
to the Committee on Building Depart- 
ment for its consideration. 

Aid. Bennett moved to pass the sub- 
stitute order. 

The motion prevailed. 

The Clerk, on motion of Aid. Kohout, 
presented the report of the select Com- 
mittee on Track Elevation on an ordi- 
nance requiring the Chicago, Burlington 
and Quincy Railway Company, the Pitts- 
burgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis 
Railway Company, the Chicago and 
Northwestern Railway Company, the 
Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad 
Company, the Chicago Junction Railway 
Company, the Atchison, Topeka and San- 
ta Fe Railway Company, or its lessee, 
the Illinois Northern Railway Company, 
and the Illinois Northern Railway Com- 
pany, respectively, to change the plane of 



certain of their railway tracks within the 
City of Chicago, deferred and published 
October 15, 1906, page 1523, and de- 
ferred October 22, 1906, page 1788. 

Aid. Kohout moved to concur in the 
report and pass the ordinance therewith^ 
as amended October 22, 1906, page 1788. 

The motion prevailed and the ordi- 
nance as amended was passed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Kenna; Coughlin, Harding, Dix- 
on, Pringle, Dailey, Richert, Martin, 
McCormick, Young, Bennett, Snow, 
Derpa, Harris, Fick, Scully, Hurt, Cul- 
lerton, Hoflfman, Zimmer, Uhlir, Riley, 
Considine, Harkin, Maypole, Smith. 
Beilfuss, Nowicki, Schermann, Sitts, 
Dever, Conlon, Powers, Bowler, Stewart, 
Finn, Reese, Foell, Sullivan, Dougherty, 
Werno, Jacobs, Hahne, Krumholz, Dunn, 
Williston, Lipps, Siewert, Blase, Larson, 
Herlihy, Wendling, Golombiewski, Burns, 
Bradley, O'Connell, Roberts, Fisher, 
Hunt, Bihl, Kohout, Nolan, Race, 
Hunter — 64. 

Nays — Brennan — 1. 

The following is the ordinance as 
passed: 



AN ORDINANCE 

Requiring the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Company, the Pittsburgh, Cin- 
cinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Company, the Chicago and Northwestern 
Railway Company, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Company, the Chi- 
cago Junction Railway Company, the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway 
Company, or its lessee, the Illinois Northern Railway Company, and the Illinois 
Northern Railway Company, respectively, to change the plane of certain of their 
railway tracks within the City of Chicago. 

Be it ordained ly the City Council of the City of Chicago : 

Section 1. That the Chicago,. Burlington and Quincy Railway Company, the 
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Company, the Chicago and 
Northwestern Railway Company, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Company, 
the Chicago Junction Railway Company, the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Rail- 
way Company, or its lessee, the Illinois Northern Railway Company, and the Illinois 
Northern Railway Company are hereby ordered and required to change the plane 
of certain of their roadbeds and tracks* within certain limits of the City of Chicago, in 
manner and upon the conditions as is hereinafter specified, that is to say : 

Paragraph 1. The Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Company, shall 
begin the elevation of its roadbed and tracks at a point on the east line of South 



October 29, 1862 1906 

California avenue where the elevation of its roadbed and tracks shall not be less than 
22.6 feet above city datum, as described in an ordinance passed by the City Council 
January 24th, 1898, and published on pages 1462 to 1492, inclusive, of the official 
records of the Council Proceedings of the City of Chicago; from said initial point 
the roadbed and tracks of said company shall continue in a northeasterly direction 
on an ascending gradient of about 0.651 per centum for a distance of about one 
thousand nine hundred and seventy (1,970) feet to a point about thirty (30) feet 
west of the west line of the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway 
Com.pany's right-of-way where an elevation of about 35.42 feet above city datum 
shall be attained; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a north- 
easterly direction on a level for a distance of about one hundred and fifty (150) feet 
to a point about twenty (20) feet east of the east line of the Chicago Junction Kail- 
way Company's right-of-way, where the same elevation of 35.42 feet above city 
datum shall be maintained, and crossing over and above in said last mentioned 
course the proposed elevated roadbed and tracks of the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chi- 
cago and St. Louis Railway Company, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Com- 
pany and the Chicago Junction Railway Company; thence said elevated roadbed and 
tracks shall continue in a northeasterly direction on a descending gradient of about 
1.0 per centum for a distance of about six hundred anad sixty (660) feet to a point 
about on the east line of South Western avenue, where an elevation of not less than 
30.08 feet above city datum shall be attained; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks 
shall continue in a northeasterly direction on any grade or gradient convenient and 
practicable to said railway company for a distance of about two thousand six hun- 
dred and forty (2,640) feet to a point about on the west line of South Robey street 
where an elevation of 23.0 feet above city datum shall be attained, as described in an 
ordinance passed by the City Council of the City of Chicago July 7th, 1902, and pub- 
lished on pages 932 to 964, inclusive, of the official records of the Council Proceedings 
of the City of Chicago. 

Paragraph 2. The Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Com- 
pany shall begin the elevation of its roadbed and tracks at a point on the south 
line of West Taylor street where an elevation of 23.17 feet above city datum has 
been established by ordinance passed January 18th, 1897, and published on pages 
1441 to 1457, inclusive, of the official records of the Council Proceedings of the City 
of Chicago; from said initial point the roadbed and tracks of said company shall con- 
tinue in a southerly direction on an ascending gradient of about 0.27 per centum for 
a distance of about nine hundred (900) feet to a point about on the north line of 
West Twelfth street where an elevation of about 25.42 feet above city datum shall 
be attained; and crossing at grade in said last mentioned course the proposed elevated 
roadbed and tracks of the Chicago and Northwestern Railway Company and the 
Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Company; thence said elevated roadbed and 
tracks shall continue in a southerly and easterly direction on a level for a distance of 
about one thousand three hundred ( 1,300 ) feet to a point about on the south line of 
Ogden Avenue boulevard where the same elevation of 25.42 feet above city datum 
shall be maintained; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a 
southerly direction on a descending gradient of about 0.19 per centum for a distance 
of about one thousand five hundred and twenty-five (1,525) feet to a point about on 
the north line of Sixteenth street where an elevation of about 22.71 feet above city 
datum shall be attained; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in 
a southerly direction on a descending gradient of about 0.85 per centum for a dis- 
tance of about eight hundred and sixty (860) feet to a point about ten (10) feet 
north of the north line of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Company's 



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right-of-way, where an elevation of about 15.42 feet above city datum shall be 
attained; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly direc- 

I tion on a level for a distance of about one hundred and fifteen (115) feet to a point 
about ten (10) feet south of the south line of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy 
Railway Company's right-of-way, and crossing underneath the proposed elevated 
roadbed and tracks of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Eailway Company; thence 
sard elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly direction on an ascend- 

i ing gradient of about 0.85 per centum for a distance of about one thousand two 
hundred and ten (1,210) feet to a point about one hundred and ten (110) feet south 
of the south line of Twenty-first street, where an elevation of about 25.42 feet above 
city datum shall be attained, and in said last mentioned course passing underneath the 
elevated tracks of the Metropolitan West Side Elevated Raihvay Company; thence said 
elevated roadbed and track® shall continue in a southerly direction on a level for a 
distance of about one thousand two hundred and twenty ( 1,220 ) feet to a point about 
on the south line of of Twenty-third street, where an elevation of about 25.42 feet 

: above city datum shall be maintained; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall 
continue in a southerly direction on an ascending gradient of about 0.257 per centum 
for a distance of about one thousand nine hundred and seventy-five (1,975) feet to a 
point about on the south line of Twenty-sixth street, where an elevation of about 30.5 
feet above city datum shall be attained; and crossing in said last mentioned course 
over and above the roadbed and tracks of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway 
Company, or its lessee, the Illinois Northern Railway Company; thence said elevated 
roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly direction on a descending gradient of 
about 0.463 per centum for a distance of about five hundred and fifty (550) feet to a 
point about thirty-five (35) feet north of the north line of the bridge across the west 
fork of the South branch of the Chicago river, where an elevation of about 27.95 feet 
above city datum shall be attained, and in said last mentioned course passing over and 
above the depressed tracks of the Illinois Northern Railway Company; thence said 
elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly direction on a level for a 
distance of about two hundred and tAventy-five (225) feet to a point about thirty- 
jfive (35) feet south of the south bank of said Chicago river where the same elevation 
jabove city datum shall be maintained; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall 
continue in a southerly direction on a descending gradient of about 0.40 per centum 
for a distance of about one thousand seven hundred (1,700) feet to a point about 
on the north line of the bridge across the Drainage Canal, where an elevation of about 
21.00 feet above city datum shall be attained. 

Paragraph 3. The Chicago and Northwestern Railway Con^pany shall begin the 
elevation of its roadbed and tracks at a point on the north line of WestTaylor street, 
where the elevation of 23.17 feet above city datum has been established by ordinance 
passed January 18th, 1897, and published on pages 1441 to 1457, inclusive, of the 
official records of the Council Proceedings of the City of Chicago; from said initial 
point the roadbed and tracks of said company shall continue in a southerly direction 
on an ascending gradient of about 0.27 per centum for a distance of about nine 
hundred (900) feet to a point about on the north line of West Twelfth street, where 
an elevation of about 25.42 feet above city datum shall be attained, and crossing 
in said last mentioned course the proposed elevated roadbed and tracks of the Pitts- 
burgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Company and the Chicago Terminal 
IVansfer Railroad Company; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue 
n a southerly and easterly direction on a level for a distance of about two thousand 
(2,000) feet to a point about on the east line of South Western avenue, where an 
elevation of about 25.42 feet above city datum shall be maintained; thence said 



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elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in an easterly direction on a descending 
gradient of about 0.0917 per centum for a distance of about two thousand six hun- 
dred and forty (2,640) feet to a point about on the west line of South Robey street, 
where an elevation of about 23.0 feet above city datum shall be attained, as described 
in an ordinance passed by the City Council of the City of Chicago July 7th, 1902, and 
published on pages 932 to 964, inclusive, of the official records of the Council Pro- 
ceedings of the City of Chicago. 

Paragraph 4. The Chicago Terminal Transfer Pvailroad Company shall begin the 
elevation of the main track of its Wisconsin Division at a point about five hundred 
and forty (540) feet south of the south line of West Taylor street at an elevation 
of about 24.62 feet above city datum; from said initial point the proposed elevated 
roadbed and tracks of said company shall continue in a southerly and southeasterly 
direction on an ascending gradient of about 0.27 per centum for a distance of about 
four hundred and forty (440) feet to a point about on the north line of West 
Twelfth street, where an elevation of about 25.42 feet above city datum shall be 
attained, and crossing at grade in said last mentioned course the proposed elevated 
roadbed and tracks of the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway 
Company and the Chicago and Northwestern Railway Company; thence said elevated 
roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly and southeasterly direction on a 
level for a distance of about one thousand eight hundred and seventy ( 1,870) feet to 
a point on the east line of South Western avenue, where the same elevation of 25.42 
feet above city datum shall be maintained; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks 
shall continue in an easterly direction on a descending gradient of about 0.0917 per 
centum for a distance of about two thousand six hundred and forty (2,640) feet to 
a point about on the west line of South Robey street, where an elevation of about 
23.0 feet above city datum shall be attained, as described in an ordinance passed 
July 7th, 1902, and published on pages 932 to 964, inclusive, of the official records 
of the Council Proceedings of the City of Chicago. 

Paragraph 4a. The Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Company shall begin 
the elevation of its Central Division track at a point about five hundred and eighty 
(580) feet south of the south line of West Taylor street at an elevation of . about 
24.74 feet above city datum; from said initial point the proposed elevated roadbed 
and tracks shall ascend on a gradient of about 0.27 per centum for a distance of 
about three hundred and fifty (350) feet to a point about on the north line of West 
Twelfth street, where an elevation of about 25.42 feet above city datum shall be 
attained; and crossing at grade in said last mentioned course the proposed elevated 
roadbed and tracks of the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway 
Company; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly 
direction on a level for a distance of about one thousand four hundred and twenty 
(1,420) feet to a point about on the south line of Ogden avenue boulevard, where 
the same elevation of 25.42 feet above city datum shall be maintained; thence said 
elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly direction on a descending 
gradient of about 0.19 per centum for a distance of about one thousand five hundred 
and twenty-five (1,525) feet to a point about on the north line of Sixteenth street, 
where an elevation of about 22.71 feet above city datum shall be attained; thence 
said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly direction on a descend- 
ing gradient of about 0.85 per centum for a distance of about eight hundred and 
sixty (860) feet to a point about ten (10) feet north of the north line of the 
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Company's right-of-way, where an elevation 
of about 15.42 feet above city datum shall be attained; thence said elevated road- 
bed and tracks shall continue in a southerly direction on a level for a distance of 



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about one hundred and fifteen (115) feet to a point about ten (10) feet south of 
the south line of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Company's right-of- 
way, and crossing in said last mentioned course underneath the proposed elevated 
roadbed and tracks of said Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Company; thence 
said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly direction on an ascend- 
ing gradient of about 0.85 per centum for a distance of about one thousand two hun- 
dred and ten (1,210) feet to a point about one hundred and ten (110) feet south 
of the south line of Twenty-first street, Avhere an elevation of about 25.42 feet above 
city datum shall be attained, and in said last mentioned course passing underneath 
the elevated tracks of the Metropolitan West Side Elevated Railway Company; 
thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly direc- 
tion on a level for a distance of about one thousand two hundred and twenty 
(1,220) feet to a point about on the south line of Twenty-third street, where an 
elevation of about 25.42 feet above city datum shall be maintained; thence said 
elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly direction on an ascending 
gradient of about 0.257 per centum for a distance of about one thousand nine hun- 
dred and seventy-five (1,975) feet to a point about on the south line of Twenty- 
sixth street, where an elevation of about 30.5 feet above city datum shall be attained, 
and crossing in said last mentioned course over and above the roadbed and tracks of 
the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company, or its lessee, the 
Illinois Northern Railway Company; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks 
shall continue in a southerly direction on a descending gradient of about 0.463 per 
centum for a distance of about five hundred and fifty (550) feet to a point about 
thirty-five (35) feet north of the north line of the bridge across the west fork of 
the south branch of the Chicago river, where an elevation of about 27.95 feet above 
eity datum shall be attained, and in said last mentioned course passing over and 
above the depressed tracks of the Illinois Northern Railway Company; thence said 
elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly direction on a level for 
a distance of about two hundred and twenty-five (225) feet to a point about thirty- 
five (35) feet south of the south bank of said Chicago river, where the same eleva- 
tion of 27.95 feet above city datum shall be maintained; thence said elevated roadbed 
and tracks shall continue in a southerly direction on a descending gradient of about 
0.40 per centum for a distance of about one thousand seven hundred ( 1,700 ) feet 
to a point about on the north line of the bridge across the Drainage Canal, where an 
elevation of about 21.00 feet above city datum shall be attained. 

Paragraph 5. The Chicago Junction Railway Company shall begin the elevation 
of its roadbed and tracks on the proposed elevated roadbed and tracks of the Chicago 
and Northwestern Railway Company at a point about one hundred and eighty (180) 
feet north of the north line of Ogden avenue boulevard at an elevation of about 25.42 
feet above city datum; from said initial point the elevated roadbed and tracks of 
said company shall continue in a southerly direction on a level for a distance of 
about three hundred and thirty (330) feet to a point about on the south line of 
Ogden Avenue boulevard, where the same elevation of 25.42 feet above city datum 
shall be maintained; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continvie in a 
southeasterly and southerly direction on a descending gradient of about 0.19 per 
centum for a distance of about one thousand five hundred and twenty-five (1,525) 
feet to a point about on the north line of Sixteenth street, where an elevation of 
22.71 feet above city datum shall be attained; thence said elevated roadbed and 
tracks shall continue in a southerly direction on a descending gradient of about 
0.85 per centum for a distance of about eight hundred and sixty (860) feet to a 
point about ten (10) feet north of the north line of the Chicago, Burlington and 



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Quincy Railway Company's right-of-way, where an elevation of ahout 15.42 feet 
above city datum shall be attained; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall 
continue in a southerly direction on' a level for a distance of about one hundred and 
fifteen (115) feet to a point about ten (10) feet south of the south line of the Chi- 
cago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Company's right-of-way, and crossing under- 
neath the proposed elevated roadbed and tracks of the Chicago, Burlington and 
Quincy Railway Company; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue 
in a southerly direction on an ascending gradient of about 0.85 per centum for a 
distance of about one thousand two hundred and ten (1,210) feet to a point about 
one hundred and ten (110) feet south of the south line of Twenty-first street, where 
an elevation of about 25.42 feet above city datum shall be attained, 
and in said last mentioned course passing underneath the tracks of the 
Metropolitan West Side Elevated Railway Company; thence said elevated 
roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly direction on a level for a 
distance of about one thousand two hundred and twenty ( 1,220 ) feet to a point 
about on the south line of Twenty-third street, where an elevation of about 25.42 
feet above city datum shall be maintained; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks 
shall continue in a southerly direction on an ascending gradient of about 0.257 per 
centum for a distance of about one thousand nine hundred and seventy-five (1,975) 
feet to a point about on the south line of Twenty- sixth street, where an elevation 
of about 30.5 feet above city datum shall be attained, and crossing in said last men- 
tioned course over and above the roadbed and tracks of the Atchison, Topeka and 
Santa Fe Railway Company, or its lessee, the Illinois Northern Railway Com- 
pany; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly 
direction on a descending gradient of about 0.463 per centum for a distance of about 
five hundred and fifty (550) feet to a point about thirty-five (35) feet north of the 
north line of the bridge across the west fork of the south branch of the Chicago 
river, where an elevation of about 27.95 feet above city datum shall be attained, and 
crossing over and above the depressed tracks of the Illinois Northern Railway Com- 
pany; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly direc- 
tion on a level for a distance of about two hundred and twenty-five (225) feet to 
a point^about thirty-five (35) feet south of the south bank of said Chicago river, 
where the same elevation of 27.95 feet above city datum shall be maintained; thence 
said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southerly direction on a descend- 
ing gradient of about 0.40 per centum for a distance of about one thousand seven 
hundred (1,700) feet to a point about on the north line of the bridge across the 
Drainage Canal, where an elevation of about 21.0 feet above city datum shall be 
attained. 

Paragraph 6. The Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway (^ompany shall 
begin the elevation of its Lumber District track at a point about on the west line of 
South Western avenue at an elevation of about 29.8 feet above city datum; from 
said initial point said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southwesterly 
direction, thence continuing in a southerly direction on a descending gradient of 
about 0.50 per centum for a distance of about eight hundred and eighty (880) feet 
to a point about twenty ( 20 ) feet south of the south line of Nineteenth street, where 
an elevation of about 25.42 feet above city datum shall be attained, and in said last 
mentioned course passing underneath the tracks of the Metropolitan West Side 
Elevated Railway Company; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall con- 
tinue in a southerly direction on a level for a distance of about three thousand five 
hundred and thirty (3,330) feet to a point about on the south line of Twenty-fifth 
street, where the same elevation of 25.42 feet above city datum shall be maintained; 



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thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in a southeasterly direction 
on a radius of about seven hundred (700) feet with an included angle of about ninety 
(90) degrees on a descending gradient of about 2.72 per centum for a distance of 
about nine hundred (900) feet to a point about on the west line of South Western 
avenue where an elevation of about 23.0 feet above city datum shall be attained; 
thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall continue in an easterly direction on a 
level for a distance of about eighty (80) feet to a point about fourteen (14) feet 
east of the east line of South Western avenue where the same elevation of 23.0 feet 
above city datum shall be maintained; thence said elevated roadbed and tracks shall 
continue in an easterly direction and may descend on the most suitable gradient con- 
venient and practicable to said company to a connection with its present roadbed 
and tracks. 

Paragraph 7. The Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Company shall 
begin the elevation of its Rockwell street "Y" track connecting with its proposed 
I south main track at a point about two hundred and fifty (250) feet southwest of 
i the center line of Rockwell street at an elevation of about 29.75 feet above city 
datum; from said initial point said "Y" track shall continue in a southeasterly 
direction on a radius of about seven hundred (700) feet with an included angle of 
about ninety (90) degrees on a descending gradient of about 0.21 per centum ''for a 
distance of about nine hundred (900) feet to a point about twenty-five (25) feet 
north of the north line of the alley south of Nineteenth street, where an elevation 
of about 27.86 feet above city datum shall be attained; thence said elevated "Y" 
track shall continue in a southerly direction on a descending gradient of about 0.49 
per centum for a distance of about six hundred and ten (610) feet to a point about 
one hundred and ten (110) feet north, of the north line of Twenty-first street, where 
an elevation of about 25.42 feet above city datum shall be attained, and in said last 
mentioned course passing underneath the elevated tracks of the Metropolitan West 
Side Elevated Railway Company; thence said "Y" track shall continue in a southerly 
direction on a level for a distance of about one thousand four hundred and fifty 
(1,450) feet to a point near the north line of Twenty- third street to a connection 
with the switching track of the Chicago Malleable Iron Company, as described in 
Paragraph 12 of this ordinance. 

Paragraph 8. The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company, or 
its lessee, the Illinois Northern Railway Coaiipany, shall commence the de- 
pression of its roadbed and tracks from a point on its main' tracks in West 
Twenty-sixth street about two hundred and fifty (250) feet west of the west line 
of the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Company's right-of- 
way at an elevation of about 11.5 feet above city datum. Fi-om said initial point the 
roadbed and tracks of said company shall descend on a gradient of about 0.60 per 
centum for distance of about two hundred and fifty (250) feet to a point about ten 
(10) feet west of the west line of the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis 
Railway Company's right-of-way where an elevation of about 10.0 feet above city 
datum shall be attained; thence said depressed roadbed and tracks shall continue 
m an easterly direction on a level for a distance of about one hundred and fifty 
(150) feet to a point about ten (10) feet east of the east right of way line of the 
Chicago Junction Railway Company where the same elevation of about 10.0 feet 
above city datum shall be maintained, and in said last mentioned course passino- 
Linderneath the proposed elevated roadbed and tracks of the Pittsburgh, Cincinnatr, 
-hicago and -St. Louis Railway Company, the Chicago Terminal Ti-ansfer Railroad 
company and the Chicago Junction Railway Company; thence said depressed roadbed 
and tracks shall continue in an easterly direction on an ascending grade or gradients 



n,^. o. 1868 l^O^ 

October 29, 

. ^ A va.fi.^hlp to said Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company, 
7;^nr^^^^^^^r bo4any, to a connection wH. its present 

Kiver where the ele.atron =^t Jhe top of ^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^.^^^ 

above cty Saturn; then- s-d^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^ .^.^ (2^0) feet to a 

easterly on a level for a distance ot ^ ^t-of-way line of the Cihicago 

neath the proposed elevated ™^ff^^^"^ ™*\°; V^j TransL Eailroad Company 

shall continue in an easterly direction on a lev 1 for a "««*'; g^„j^ 

and six (106) feet to a point ^^-' 7^*^^^ ^/;; , ^iC htllhe maintained, 
Western avenue where the elevation of 6.0 feet ^1'°™ "^^ ^ ^4, ;„ 

;nd in said last mentioned course passing ^f^^'^^.^^^^J^Jf tacks in South 
South Western avenue made necessary for the ^^P>«^«'™ of the Illinois Northern 
Western avenue; thence said depressed "-'"^ ;^^^:;\f I ,„„„ection with 
roTCrrtrtS^ -rcoi^:; :::r:?s:rwestern avenue .d so., 
of Blue Island avenue. „;i,,.5,v 

rthr"ca^;ra:raS— ^r -.d compaies may deem necessary to maintain 
their proper connections with each other's tracks. 

.a^t:L=ieri^^3E^HE^^ 

— =:: sta^rr .^i::^erL separation of the .rade. o. 

and!aT7t'hem; may and they are ^^'^r ^f^^^^J^SlTr^J^^ 
embankments the full width of their ™^P-' ™^ .f^nldiLy lespeJtively dee,, 
maintain and operate ^::'^t:ZZ^i^^'^'>^^ to ca^ry such add! 
rnirrJs re— :t!l":;=s. avenues or alleys in the same manner as l 



October 20, 



1869 



1906 



herein provided for existing tracks, and to make such changes in the position and 
Alignment of their respective main and side tracks and switch connections as may 
be desirable in order to carry out the provisions of this ordinance. 

Paragraph 12. Commencing at the most desirable point on the westerly track 
of the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Company and the 
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Company south of West Twenty-third 
street, the switching track of the Chicago Malleable Iron Company may descend on 
Any grade deemed practicable to a point about on the north line of West Twenty- 
fourth street at an elevation of about 10.98 feet above city datum, thence said 
switching track shall continue in a southerly direction crossing said West Twenty- 
fourth street at grade into the property of the Chicago Malleable Iron Company; 
provided that the switching track to cross West Twenty-fourth street at grade shall 
not be used for the accommodation of the industries adjoining south of Twenty-third 
street for hauling trains or for switching purposes between the hours of 5 : 00 o'cIock 
A. M. and 8:00 o'clock A. M. and between the hours of 5:00 o'clock P. M. and 8:00 
■o'clock P. M.; and provided, further, that no more than three (3) trains shall pass over 
said single track within any one hour during the remaining eighteen ( 18 ) hours of each 
consecutive twenty-four (24) hours; and said Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and 
St. Louis Railway Company shall at its own cost and expense construct, maintain 
And operate a good substantial gate across West Twenty-fourth street between the 
said switching track and the west entrance into the subway in West Twenty-fourth 
•street; said gate shall not be less than 4.5 feet in height and shall be so constructed 
.as to completely exclude persons from crossing or passing over said switch track 
upon either the sidewalk or roadway of West Twenty-fourth street when said 
switch track is in use. Said gates to be put in permanent place under the direction 
and supervision and to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of Public Works of the 
'City of Chicago. 

Paragraph 13. All elevations of railroad tracks mentioned in this ordinance 
shall refer to the top of the rail. 

ParagTaph 14. If any bridge or bridges, viaduct or viaducts, approach or 
Approaches, or other structure or structures belonging to or under the control of 
the City of Chicago, in any street or avenue shall be found by the Commissioner of 
Public Works to constitute an obstruction or to interfere with the work of 
■constructing, maintaining or using the elevated structure hereinbefore required, then 
the said Commissioner of Public Works shall direct and empower said railroad or 
railway companies to remove the same at their own cost and expense, and said 
•companies may retain, use or dispose of the material comprising such viaduct and 
Approaches. 

Section 2. The embankment or embankments on which said elevated roadbeds 
and tracks shall be constructed within the aforesaid limits shall be composed of 
■cinders, slag, sand, clay, gravel, loam, broken stone or whatever else may compose 
the .surplus material excavated from the foundation pits and trenches along the 
line of said work. The side slopes and lateral dimensions of said embankments 
will be fixed and determined by the natural angle of repose of the materials of 
which said embankments bay be constructed, but whenever it may become necessary 
for the purpose of keeping said embankments entirely within the lines of the 
right-of-way of said companies, such portions of said embankments at all such points 
shall be kept within the said right-of-way lines or they shall be confined between 
detaining walls of stone, concrete or brick masonry; provided, however,- that when- 
ever said retaining walls are of insufficient height to properly protect said right of way 
And to prevent trespassing thereon, then said retaining walls, as aforesaid, shall 



1R70 [180G 

October 29, . 1**'" 

be surmounted with a suitable fence or railing, but whenever said retaining walk 
I nntTed at all the right-of-way of said companies shall be fenced m, or otherwise 

p::p"closed in co^liance wL the present ordinances of the City of Chicago 

relating to the fencing of railroad tracks. 

Section 3 The said elevated tracks shall be carried across all intersecting 

streeteavenue and alleys, which by the terms of this ordinance are to be provided 

wHh subways, on suitable bridges of one, two, three or four spans, whose super- 

Ttructure sha 1 consist of iron or steel girders, with iron or stee main floor or 

TZ tral stringers but should the latter method be adopted some suitable 

^fvrsCrbe pr::^'ed ;o prevent storm-water, dirt, oil and other substances fr^m 

dripping from such elevated structure npon the subways beneath. The sa d 

bridges shall be supported on abutments of concrete, stone or brick masonry as 

bridges Sha" pp subways, or on rows of iron or steel columns braced 

rfber literal y and erect d on and anchored to masonry foundations constructed 

wTmu the Kne of "he ailroad right-of-way and in the center of curb lines of the 

withm the lines oi provided in schedule of subways herem 

rt:tatrp"d if it shrbt'found'necesary to construct and retaining or side 

,!Tn connection with any approaches to subways, to support the adjoining prop- 

:f L Tong the aepresLn'of subways, then such walls may be constructe 

erty line along f publicway upon which such approach is 

Tl^:Jt I^eTll' ^iaJ^^^ls or tJ..^^^7 itself reached by such 

situated '■^'^'^^~Zimglj advanced into the street so as to be in a continuous 

approach may be corresponamgiy a ^^^^^^^ ^^^ 

straight line ^th "'ttJ^^^J^t^irsret^ of the subways may be 
r;T:: tT.:^Z/ZZ.or, ... the .cation „f retaking or side walls or 
abutments aforesaid. constructed beneath the main 

'^^itoTZt^e.TTt^^^^^ Transfer KaiW Company, t.e Chicago Junction 
track of the ^^^^^-«« Northwestern Railway Company and the Chi- 

Bailway Company, tiie bnicago aiiu Wisconsin 

Railway Company where said t^^^wL^^rsf st" ^s T^enty^^^ street, 

street, West Sixteenth sUcet West Twen^^^^^^^^^ ^J^^_^^^^ ^^,,^^, 

West Twenty-third street, West Twen J ^ Eighteenth street. 

intersected and -ssea |.y B<,ut^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^,,^ ,„^,„,, .,,> 

Paragraph 5. Subways s^^^ii d j^^ii^^y Company where said tracks 

Twenty-second street, and West Twenty-third street. 



October 29, 



1871 



1906 



raragraph 6. A viaduct shall be constructed over the tracks of the Illinois 
Northern Railway Company where said tracks pass underneath the roadway of 
South Western avenue north of the north end of the bridge across the West Fork 
of the South Branch of the Chicago River. 

Paragraph 6i/o. A subway shall be constructed beneath the Lumber District "Y» 
track of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Company and the Atchison 
Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company, or its lessee, the Illinois Northern Railway 
Company where said tracks are intersected and crossed by South Western avenue. 

Paragraph 7. Subways shall be constructed beneath the Lumber District "Y" 
tracks of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Company which are located 
immediately, east of and parallel with the Chicago Junction Railway from West 
Twenty-first street to West Twenty-sixth street where said tracks are intersected 
and crossed by West Twenty-first street, West Twenty-second street. West Twenty- 
third street, West Twenty-fourth street, West Twenty-fifth street and West Twent v- 
sixth street. 

Paragraph 8. The subway in West Twelfth street shall be revised beneath 
the tracks of the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Company 
the Chicago and Northwestern Railway Company and the Chicago Terminal 
Transfer Railroad Company. 

Paragraph 9. As to the subways mentioned in Section 4, Paragraph 3 
of this ordinance, the subways in West Fifteenth street, West sixteenth 
street, and the passageway in West Eighteenth street shall be constructed 
jointly by the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Company the 
Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Company and the Chicago Junction .Railwav 
Company; said subways shall be constructed by said companies in conjunction with 
each other, as follows, to-wit: The Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis 
Railway Company shall construct all that portion of said subways lyin^ between 
Its right-of-way lines; the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Company shall 
construct all that portion of said subways lying between its right-of-way lines and 
the Chicago Junction Railway Company shall construct all that portion of said 
subways lying between its right-of-way lines; and said companies shall joints 
construct the east and west approaches to said several subways and shall also 
jointly construct any retaining walls that may be necessary for the purpose of 
keeping the embankments entirely within their right-of-way lines. 

Paragraph 10. As to the subways mentioned in Section 4, Paragraphs 3 and 7 
of this ordinance, the subways in. West Twenty-first street, West Twenty-second 
street, West TM^enty-third street. West Twenty-fourth street, and West Twenty-fifth 
street shall be constructed jointly by the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis 
Railway Company, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Company, the Chicago 
Junction Rail^^ay Company and the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Com- 
W m conjunction with each other as follows, to-wit: The Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, 
Chicago and St. Louis Railway Company .shall construct all that portion of said 
subways lying between its right-of-way lines; the Chicago Terminal Transfer Rail- 
road Co„,pany shall construct all that portion of said subways lying between its 
right-of-way lines; the Chicago Junction Railway Company shall construct all that 

ZliT /n '""^r^^' ^^'""^ ^'^'^'''' '^' right-of-way lines, and the Chicago, Bur- 
ington and Qumcy Railway Company shall construct all that portion of said subwavs 

as^a d "T ''" ^^-^^^-^^-"^^ ^^-«'' -d -id companies shall jointly construct the 

Ltail/'! n'^r?'^'' ': '"'' ''''''' ^^^^^^^^^ ^"d «^'-" -'^- i-"tfy construct the 

enti X^Jthf t? ""-Vl """''^ '"■ *'^ P^"'P°^^ '' ^^^^P^"« *^^ embankments 
entirely withm their right-of-way lines. 



1RT5> 1906 

October 29, ^°'^ 

Paramaph 11. As to the subways mentioned in Section i, Paragraphs 3 and 
7 of tM. ordinance, the subway in We«t Twenty-sixth street shall be construoted 
iointly and in conjunction with each other by the Pittsburgh, Omcinnati Chicago 
ind sl Louis Railway Company, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Company, 
the Chicago Junction Railway Company and the Chicago, Burlington and Qmncy 
Railway Company. , „,, ^tv 

Paragraph 12. As to the subway mentioned in Section 4, Paragraph 6% of this 
ordinancelthe subway in South Western avenue shall be constructed jointly by the 
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway Company and the Atchison, Topeka and 
Santa Fe Railway Company, or its lessee, the Illinois Northern Railway Company m 
crjunction with each other as follows, to-wit: The Chicago, Burlmgton and Qumcy 
Railway Company shall construct all that portion of said subway and the north 
app Ich lying north of its south right-of-way line; and the Atchison, Topeka and 
slnta Fe RaiLay Company, or its lessee, the Illinois Northern Railway Company 
shTll construct aU that portion oi said subway and the south approach lymg south 
of its north right-of-way line. 

Paragraph 13. As to the subway mentioned in Section 4, Paragraph 2 of this 
ordinance the subway in Ogden avenue boulevard shall be constructed jointly by the 
St sbu 'h C ndnnatl Chicago and St. Louis Railway Company, the Chicago Terminal 
T anSailroad Co;ipany under its Central Division track, the Chicago Junction 
tlTiw^v Comnanv the Chicago and Northwestern Railway Company, and the 
Chlgo^erXrTranrfer Railroad Company under the main track of its Wisconsm 
S^sion. The Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Radway Company sh^ 
con truet all that portion of said subway lying between its right-of-way lines; th 
CMcago Terminal Transfer Railroad Company shall construct all that portion of 
^SZTying between its right-of-way lines; the Chicago Junction Railway Com- 
ranylhru'constfuct all that portion of said subway lying between ^^^ »f - "-^ 
Une and the Chicago and Northwestern Railway Company shall construct all that 
„nrtion of said subway lying between its right-of-way Ime. 

'I^d it IS distinctly Lderstood that the entire cost and expense of the construe- 
tion rf this subway and the approaches thereto, and the removal of the viaduct at 
!r nintshan be borne iointly by said several railway and railroad compames ,n 
this PO'^t «h^"]! ZZIL roadbed and the total number of tracks owned and 
:7er:t1rb; e:rof sr^ipanles over and above the subway to be constructed in 

Ogden avenue boulevard. ^ ,, , <• ti,i. 

Paragraph 14 As to the subway mentioned in Section 4, Paragraph 4 of th. 

Paragraph 4. ^ South Western avenue shall be constructed jointly by the 

OMrgran"::Ltorn' Railway Company and the Chicago Terminal Transfer 

RaUroad Company. The Chicago and Northwestern Railway Company shall construot 

InZtTortio: Of fa^trwTy ?nd north approach lying north of its south right-of 
-^^graph 1. AS to ^:;^^^Zr^J^t'^^^^^ It :: 

street. 



October 29, 



1873 



[1906 



Section 4a,. The several subways and the viaduct hereinbefore referred to in 
Section 4 of this ordinance and which shall be constructed with the elevation upon 
which such tracks are to be placed, shall as to their size and dimensions, location 
and other details be in accordance with the following schedule: 

Subway in Ogden Avenue Boulevard, Under the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and 
St. Louis Railway, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad, the Chicago Junc- 
tion Railway and the Chicago and Northwestern Railway. (Boulevard, 150 Feet 
Wide). 

This subway shall be constructed in accordance with the plans and specifications 
agreed upon between the West Chicago Park Commissioners and the above named 
railroad and railway companies. 



Subway in West Fifteenth Street, Under the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and 
St. Louis Railway, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad, and the Chicago 
Junction Railway. (Street, 66 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the subway not less than 7.78 feet above city datum. This level shall 
extend to the right-of-way lines of said railways on each side thereof. From this 
level the approaches shall extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.0 feet in 100 feet to 
a connection with the present surface of street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 

Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks outside of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be uniform with the roadway and about one 
foot above the level of the same. Two lines of posts may be placed in curb lines and 
inside thereof and one line of posts in the center of the roadway to support girders. 

Clear head room, 12.0 feet. 



Subway in West Sixteenth Street, Under the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and 

St. Louis Railway, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad, and the Chicago 

Junction Railway. (Street, 66 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be sufficient to make the elevation of the floor 
of the subway not less than 6.28 feet above city datum. This level shall extend to 
the right of way lines of said railways on each side thereof. From this level the 
approaches shall extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.0 feet in 100 feet to a con- 
nection with the present surface of street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 feet. 

Width' of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 

Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks outside of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be uniform with the roadway and about one 
foot above the level of the same. Two lines of posts may be placed in curb lines and 
inside thereof and one line of posts in the center of the roadway to support girders. 

Clear head room, 12.0 feet. 



October 29, 1874 . [1906 

Passageway in West Eighteenth Street, Under the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago 

and St. Louis Railway, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad and the Chicago 

Junction Railway. (Street, 66 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be sufficient to make the elevation of the 
floor of the passageway not less than 5.3 feet above city datum. This level shall 
extend to the right-of-way lines of said railways on each side thereof. From this 
level the approaches shall extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.0 feet in 100 feet 
to a connection with the present surface of street. 

Width between walls of passageway, 16.0 feet. 

Clear head room, 7.5 feet. 



Subway in West Twenty-first Street, Under the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and 
St. Louis Railway, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad, the Chicago Junc- 
tion Railway and the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway. (Street, 80 
Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be sufficient to make the elevation of the floor 
of the subway not less than 7.8 feet above city datum. This level shall extend 
to the right of way lines of said railways on each side thereof. From this level 
the approaches shall extend on a grade not to exceed 3.0 feet in 100 feet to a con- 
nection with the present surface of street. 
Width between walls of subway, 66 feet. 
Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 
Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks outside of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be uniform with the roadway and about one 
foot above the level of the same. Two lines of posts may be placed in curb lines 
and inside' thereof, and one line of posts in the center of the roadway to support 
girders. 

Clear head room, 12.5 feet. 



i 

4 



i 



Subway in West Twenty-second Street, Under the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and 

St. Louis Railway, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad, the Chicago Junction 

Railway and the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway. (Street, 73 Feet 

Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be sufficient to make the elevation of the floor 
of the subway not less than 9.0 feet above city datum. This level shall extend 
to the right of way lines of said railways on each side thereof. From this level 
the approaches shall extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 feet in-lOO feet to a con- 
nection with the present surface of street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 

Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks outside of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be uniform with the roadway and about one 



October 20, 



1875 



1906 



foot above the level of the same. Two lines of posts may be placed in curb lines 
and inside thereof, and one line of posts in the center of the roadway to support 
girders. 

Clear head room, 12.5 feet. 



Subway in West Twenty-third Street, Under the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago 

and St. Louis Railway, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad, the Chicago 

Junction Railway and the Chicago, T3urlington and Quincy Railway. (Street, 
6Q Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be sufficient to make the elevation of the floor 
of the subway not less than 9.5 feet above city datum. This level shall extend 
to the right of way lines of said railways on each side thereof. From this level 
the approaches shall extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.0 feet in 100 feet to a con- 
nection with the present surface of street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 

Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks outside of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be uniform with the roadway and about one 
foot above the level of the same. Two lines of posts may be placed in curb lines 
and inside thereof, and one line of posts in the center of the roadway to support 
girders. 

Clear head room, 12.0 feet. 



Subway in West Twenty-fourth Street, Under the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago 

and St. Louis Railway, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad, the Chicago 

Junction Railway and the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway. (Street, 
66 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be sufficient to make the elevation of the floor 
of the subway at the west right of way lines of said companies no-t less than 10.98 
feet above city datum, thence the floor of said subway shall continue in an easterly 
direction and may descend on a uniform grade of about 1.0 foot in 100 feet to tha 
east right of way lines of said companies where the elevation of the floor of the 
subway shall not be less than 9.5 feet above city datum. From this level the ap- 
proaches shall extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 feet in 100 feet to a con>- 
nection with the present surface of street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. ' 

Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks outside of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be uniform with the roadway and about one 
foot above the level of the same. Two lines of posts may be placed in curb lines 
and. inside thereof, and one line of posts in the center of the roadway to support 
girders. 

Clear head room, 12.0 feet. 



October 29, 1876 1906 

Subway in West Twenty-fifth Street, Under the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago 

and St. Louis Railway, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad, the Chicago 

Junction Railway and the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway. (Street, 

66 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be sufficient to make the elevation of the floor 
of the subway at the west right of way lines of said companies not less than 12.08 
feet above city datum, thence the floor of said subway shall continue in an easterly 
direction and may descend on a uniform grade of about 1.72 feet in 100 feet to the 
east right of way lines of said companies where the elevation of the floor of the 
subway shall not be less than 9.5 feet above city datum. From this level the ap- 
proaches shall extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 feet in 100 feet to a connection 
with the present surface of street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 

Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks outside of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be uniform with the roadway and about one 
foot above the level of the same. Two lines of posts may be placed in curb lines 
• and inside thereof, and one line of posts in the center of the roadway to support 
girders. 

Clear head room, 12.0 feet. 



Subway in West Twenty-sixth Street, Under the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago 
and St. Louis Railway, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad and the 
Chicago Junction Railway. (Street, 50 Feet Wide). 

There shall be no depression of the street. 

The floor of the subway shall be not less than 12.0 feet above city datum. 

Width between walls of subway, 50 feet. 

Width of roadway, 42 feet in subway. 

Width of sidewalk on the north side of street shall be 8.0 feet in subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks outside of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

One line of posts may be placed in curb lines and inside thereof, on the north side 
of the street, and one line of- posts in the center of the roadway to support girders. 

Cle&r bead room, H.5 feet. - 



Subway in West Twenty-sixth Street, Under the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy 

Railway. (Street, 50 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be sufficient to make the elevation of the floor 
of the subway not less than 10.43 feet above city datum. This level shall extend 
to the right of way lines of said railways on each side thereof. From this level 
the approaches shall extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 feet in 100 feet to a con- 
nection with the present surface of street, including the approaches into South 
Western avenue and Blue Island avenue. 

Width between walls of subway, 50 feet. 

Width of roadway, 42 feet in subway. 



OcLler 29, 



1877 



[1906 



Width of sidewalk on the north side of the street 8.0 feet in subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks outside of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of the sidewalk on the north side of the street shall be uniform 
with the roadway and about one foot above the level of th,e same, including the 
sidewalk in South Western avenue. One line of posts may be placed in curb lines 
and inside thereof, on the north side of the street, and one line of posts in the center 
of the roadway to support girders. 

Clear head room, 12.5 feet. 



Subway in South Western Avenue, Under the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Rail- 
way and the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, or its lessee, the Illinois 
Northern Railway. ( Street, G6 feet wide ) . 

The depression of the street shall be sufficient to make the elevation of the floor 
of the subway not less than 10.43 feet above city datum. This level shall extend 
to the right of way lines of said railways on each side thereof. From this level 
the approaches shall extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 feet in 100 feet to a con- 
nection with the present surface of street, including the approach into West Twenty- 
sixth street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 

Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks outside of subv/ay shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be uniform with the roadway and about one 
foot above the level of the same. Two lines of posts may be placed in curb lines 
and inside thereof, and one line of posts in the center of the roadway to support 
girders. 

Clear head room, 12.5 feet. 



Subway in South Western Avenue, Under the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad 
and the Chicago and Northwestern Railway. (Street, 66 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be sufficient to make the elevation of the floor 
of the subway not less than 9.0 feet above city datum. This level shall extend 
to the right of way lines of said railways on each side thereof. From this level 
the approaches shall extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 feet in 100 feet to a con- 
nection with the present surface of street, including the approach into West Four- 
teenth street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 feet. 
Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 
Width of sidewalks, 10 feet each in subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks outside of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be uniform with the roadway and about one 
foot above the level of the same. Two lines of posts may be placed in curb lines 



October 29, 



1878 [1906 



and inside thereof, and one line of posts in the center of the roadway to support 
girders. 

Clear head room, 12.5 feet. 



Subway in South Western Avenue, Under the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy 
Eailway. (Street, 66 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be sufficient to make the elevation of the floor 
of the subway not less than 12.5 feet above city datum. This level shall extend to 
the right-of-way lines of said railway on each side thereof. From this level the 
approaches shall extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 feet in 100 feet to a connec- 
tion with the present surface of street, including the approaches into West 
Eighteenth street. 

Width between walls of subway, 66 feet. 

Width of roadway, 46 feet in subway. 

Width of sidewalks, 10, feet each in subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks outside of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be uniform with the roadway and about one 
foot above the level of the same. Two lines of posts m.ay be placed in curb lines 
and inside thereof, and one line of posts in the center of the roadway to support 
girders. 

Clear head room, 13.5 feet. 



Subway in Rockwell Street, Under the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway. 

(Street, 33 Feet Wide). 

The depression of the street shall be sufficient to m'ake the elevation of the floor 
of the subway not less than 12.0 feet above city datum. This level shall extend 
to the right of way lines of said railway on each side thereof. From this level the 
approaches shall extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 feet in 100 feet to a connection 
with the present surface of street. 

Width between walls of subway, 33 feet. 

Width of roadway, 20 feet in subway. 

Width of sidewalks, 6.5 feet each in subway. 

Width of roadway and sidewalks outside of subway shall be the same as they 
now exist. 

The depression of sidewalks shall be uniform with the roadway and about one 
foot above the level of the same. Two lines of posts may be placed in curb lines and 
inside thereof to support girders. 

Clear head room, 12.0 feet. 



Revised Subway in West Twelfth Street, Under the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago 
and St. Louis Railway, the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad and the Chi- 
cago and Northwestern Railway. (Street, 100 Feet Wide). 
The floor of the subway shall be elevated so as to make the elevation of the new 



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floor of subway not less than 9.0 feet above city datum. From this level the new- 
approaches to subway shall extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.5 feet in 100 feet to 
a connection w4th the original surface of street. 

Width between walls of subway and other specifications shall remain the same 
as prescribed in ordinance passed January 18th, 1897. 

Clear head room, 12.5 feet. 



Revised Subway in South Washtenaw Avenue, Under the Chicago, Burlington and 
Quincy Railway. (Street, 66 Feet Wide). 

The floor of the subway shall be elevated so as to make the elevation of the new 
floor of subway not less than 10.5 feet above city datum. From this level the new 
approaches to subway shall extend on a grade of not to exceed 3.0 feet in 100 feet to 
a connection svith the original surface of street. 

Width between walls of subway and other specifications shall remain the same 
as prescribed in ordinance passed January 24th, 1898, with the exception that clear 
head room shall be 12.0 feet. 



Viaduct in South Western Avenue, North of the North End of the Bridge Across 
the West Fork of the South Branch of the Chicago River, Over the Depressed 
Tracks of the Illinois Northern Railway Company. 

The depression of the roadbed and tracks of the Illinois Northern Railway Com- 
pany, as required by Section 1, Paragraph 8a of this ordinance, will render the use 
and operation of said tracks when so depressed, impractical unless the bridge at 
South Western avenue shall be raised to a sufficient height above the proposed de- 
pressed tracks of said company, so as to prevent any obstruction or interference with 
the use and operation of such proposed depressed tracks, it is hereby ordered and re- 
quired that the proposed viaduct over the depressed tracks of the Illinois Northern 
Railway Company shall have a clear span of twenty -six (26) feet, and that the top 
of the rail shall be six (6) feet above city datum, and the clearance from top of the 
rail to the lowest part of the superstructure of the viaduct, sixteen and one-half 
(16.5) feet. 

The elevation of the street level on said viaduct shall be twenty-five (25) feet 
above city datum, leaving two and one-half (2i/^) feet for the construction of the 
viaduct floor and beams. 

The north and south approaches shall ascend on a grade of about 3.0 feet in 
100 feet to a connection with the north end of the viaduct and south ends of the 
bridge, including the approach south of the bridge into the soap factory west of 
South Western avenue. 

The roadway in South Western avenue between the foot of the north and 
south approaches and the roadway of the viaduct and bridge, and the sidewalks for 
the same distance, and all the work necessary in the construction of the bridge and 
approaches to make this (^omplete and perfect work, shall be done by said Illinois 
Northern Railway Company without cost or expense to the City of Chicago, and in 
accordance with plans and specifications to be approved by the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works of the City of Chicago; said work to be done under the supervision and to 
the entire satisfaction of said Commissioner of Public Works. 

Section 4b. The grade of all the streets that intersect the approaches to sub- 



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ways, as described in Section 4a of this ordinance, shall be depressed so as to conform 
to the grade of the approaches into such subways. 

Section 4c. In the several subways mentioned in this ordinance there shall 
be constructed a vertical curve where the head of the approaches connects with the 
present orade of street, and said vertical curve shall extend not less than twenty 
(20) fe^t each side of said intersection of grades, and the middle ordinate of the 
vertical curve shall be equal to one-half the difference between the elevation of the 
points on said intersecting grades. 

Section 5. All such excavations shall be made in the streets as may be required 
for the depression of such subways and the approaches thereto. But the depressed 
portions of the streets shall be restored to serviceable condition for the use of the 
public as soon as practicable, and all water pipes, conduits, sewers and other similar 
substructures belonging to the city that may be disturbed by ,such excavations 
or required to be moved or deflected from the position in which they are found shall 
be replaced or suitable expedients shall be devised and provided to restore them as 
fully as may be to their former state of usefulness, but the gradients of the sewers 
shall not be reduced in any event. All such work shall be done by the respective 
railway and railroad companies as indicated in Section 4a and at their sole expense, 
except as herein otherwise provided, and if in the construction of any of said sub- 
ways or approaches it shall become necessary to disturb, remove or destroy any 
pipes conduits, wires or other property belonging to any private corporation or mdi- 
vidual all of the cost and expense thereof and all damage thereto shall be borne and 
assumed by the City of Chicago, and the said city will by condemnation, purchase or 
otherwise secure to said railway and railroad companies the free and unmterrupted 
Ti-ht to prosecute its or their work and will save the said railway and railroad com- 
panies harmless from any and all claims, demands and suits arising therefrom and all 
damages which may be recovered therefrom. 

Section 6. The grades of all the streets and alleys in which any subways are 
to be built in accordance with the provisions of this ordinance, or where streets shall 
be depressed in accordance with the provisions of this ordinance, along the Ime of 
the several subways shall be and the same are hereby changed so as to conform to 
the grades of such subways as they shall be depressed pursuant to the provisions of 
this ordinance. 

Section 7. Provision shall be made for the drainage of the several subways 
wherever the streets are depressed, as provided for iH this ordinance, by the con- 
struction of receiving basins properly located in or immediately adjacent to said sub- 
ways, which said receiving basins shall be connected with and discharge their con- 
tents into the adjacent city sewers. In case the lowest point of the surface of any 
of said subways should be below the grade of the adjacent sewer, some other adequate 
means of drainage satisfactory to the Commissioner of Public Works must be devised 
and provided by said railwav and railroad companies at their expense. 

Section 8, Paragraph 1. The subways and the approaches thereto so to be con- 
structed by said companies, in said streets and avenues aforesaid, wherever the same 
shall be depressed, shall all conform to the following structural requirements m this 
section mentioned, namely: The roadways shall be paved with a single course of 
vitrified brick of standard quality, laid at right angles with the curb lines and set 
upon a solid foundation of hydraulic cement concrete of not less than six (6) inches 
thick or deep when solidly tamped in place and otherwise finished and properly 
crowned ready for the brick wearing surface, between which and the concrete theie 
shall be interposed a layer of screened sand not less than one-half inch thick. The 



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curb shall be of sound hard limestone or concrete masonry of standard dimensions 
and finish, and the sidewalks shall be finished and paved with Portland cement con- 
crete of standard quality and workmanship and with the curbing and roadway paving 
shall be made, finished and put in permanent place in accordance with the require- 
ments of the. Department of Public Works of the City of Chicago. 

The approaches to subways shall be excavated to the grades established by this 
ordinance and shall be in all other respects restored as near as may be to their condi- 
tion before being so excavated. The paving and sidewalks in subways where streets 
or avenues are not depressed shall be the same as in the adjoining parts of such 
.streets or avenues, if such paving and sidewalks exist at the time of construction of 
said subways, if not, whenever such paving and sidewalks shall be provided. 

Each of said railway and railroad companies shall execute a good and sufficient 
bond in the amount of twenty-five thousand ($25,000) dollars conditioned that said 
railway and railroad companies shall furnish and use such material and workman- 
ship in the construction of the improvements heretofore specified as to insure the 
same to be free from all defects and to remain in continuous good order and con- 
dition, ordinary wear excepted, for a period of ten (10) years from and after the 
completion and acceptance of the same; and as a guarantee of the faithful perform- 
ance of the work, the quality of the material furnished and the proper construction 
of said improvement, the railway and railroad companies hereby agree to keep and 
maintain said improvement without additional charge or cost to the City of Chicago, 
in such order and condition as will be satisfactory to the Commissioner of Public 
Works, ordinary wear excepted, for a period of ten (10) years from and after the 
completion and acceptance of the same, which- keeping and maintaining shall include 
repairs or the entire reconstruction of the same, the necessity for which may be 
occasioned by or through the use of faulty or inferior material or workmanship; 
provided, however, the railway and railroad companies herein specified shall not be 
required to keep or maintain any part of said improvement under this guarantee 
which after its completion and acceptance shall have been removed for the purpose 
of laying or repairing any gas, sewer, water or other pipe or conduit in accordance 
with a permit granted by the City of Chicago, or to maintain or to renew any part 
of said improvement that may have been damaged in any manner by any Avork which 
shall have been done in accordance with or under the authority of a permit granted 
by the City- of Chicago. 

If either of said railway or railroad companies shall fail, neglect or refuse to 
repair, keep and maintain the said work in accordance with this paragraph within 
thirty (30) days after notice so to do from the Commissioner of Public Works, the 
Commissioner of Public Works may proceed to do or cause to have done the work 
necessary to comply with the same and collect the cost and expense thereof from said 
railway or railroad company, or companies, mentioned in this ordinance. 

Paragraph 2. As to the streets in this section mentioned which are already 
paved or provided with sidewalks, such paving and sidewalks shall be restored with 
the present material when the same is in good condition by said railway or railroad 
company, or companies, at their expense, in such portions of said streetsi as are 
required to be constructed >by said company or companies, except that said railway 
or railroad company, or companies, shall not be required to 'restore any part of the 
paving of approaches or subways which it is the duty of any street railway com- 
pany or other corporation itself to restore under existing laws or ordinances. 

Paragraph 3. Said company or companies shall pave the entire length and 
width of the roadway in such portions of the subways as are required to be con- 



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structed by said railway or railroad company, or companies, as is mentioned in this 
ordinance, except that such company or companies shall net be required to pave any 
part of the subways to be occupied by or adjacent to street railway tracks which by 
reason of existing laws or ordinances it will be the duty of any street railway com- 
pany or other corporation itself to pave. 

Paragraph 4. Any street railway company occupying any of the streets in the 
City of Chicago crossed by said proposed elevation, shall when and as the grade of 
such street shall be changed, as in this ordinance provided, at its own expense, with- 
out claim for damages, conform the grade of its track or tracks to the said change 
of grade of said streets both during and after depressing said streets, and nothing in 
this ordinance shall operate or be held to relieve such street railway companies from 
any liability now existing of paving such streets between or on either side of. its 
said tracks in the manner and form as now required. 

Paragraph 5. Nothing in this ordinance contained shall be so construed as to 
require the said railway or railroad companies, or any of them, to assume or pajr 
any damages to adjacent property or business caused by the passage and enforcement 
of this ordinance, or by the excavation, depression or change of grade made in any 
of the public avenues, streets or alleys, or of the railways of either of said com- 
panies, or to defend any suit or suits which may be brought against the said rail- 
way or railroad companies, or any of them, or against the City of Chicago, or against 
any other party or parties for the recovery of any such damages; but it is under- 
stood, and the City of Chicago hereby agrees that all such damages, if there are any, 
shall be adjusted and paid by the City of Chicago and said city will assume the 
defense of any and all suits brought for the recovery of the same, intervening therein 
if necessary for such purpose, and will wholly relieve said railway or railroad com- 
panies, and eacK of them, from defending the same, and will assume and pay all 
judgments recovered therein; provided, however, that each of said companies shall 
be liable, respectively, for such damage as may arise from the negligent performance 
by said company or companies, of any of the obligations imposed by this ordinance. 
The above stipulations in this paragraph are, however, upon the conditions prece- 
dent that in case any suit be brought against said companies, or any of them, said 
company or companies, will before the last day to plead therein give notice in 
writing of such suit and service therein to the Mayor and Corporation Counsel of 
said city for the purpose of enabling such defense to be made by the city. 

Paragraph 6. Said railway and railroad company, or companies, and any con- 
tractor employed by it, or them, in the execution of the work herein required- to be 
done shall have the right in the performance of any work done in carrying out the 
provisions of this ordinance, .to take water from the public water system of said 
city and to use the same in such work free of all charge or expense. 

Section 9. All the work- hereinbefore in this ordinance required to be done by 
said company, or companies, upon or in connection with the public avenues and 
streets of the city shall be done and performed under the superintendence and sub- 
ject to the inspection and approval of the Commissioner of Public Works of said 
city. At least ten (10) days prior to the commencement of any part of such work 
the plans and specifications therefor shall be submitted to said Commissioner of 
Public Works for his examination, and if found to be in accordance with the pro- 
visions of this ordinance in so far as this ordinance contains specific provisions, and 
in the absence of such specific provisions, if they shall be satisfactory to the Commis- 
sioner of Public Works in regard to matters and details which by this ordinance are 
left to his discretion and judgment, such plans shall be approved by him and after 



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such approval all of the work outlined and included therein shall be constructed in 
strict conformity therewith. 

Section 10. Permission and authority are hereby given to said companies, or 
either of them, whenever the same shall be necessary in the prosecution of the work 
thej^ are herein authorized or required to perform to obstruct temporarily any public 
street, avenue or alley to such extent and for such length of time as may be approved 
by the Commissioner of Public Works; and they are also hereby authorized when- 
ever the same shall become necessary to erect and maintain temporary structures 
and false work on any of said streets and avenues during the construction of their 
said elevated railroads subject to the like approval of said Commissioner of Public 
Works. 

Section 11. Wlien the said several railroads in Section 1 of this ordinance shall 
have elevated their respective tracks in accordance with this ordinance, so that the 
same shall be ready for use, then and thereupon all provisions of the ordinances of 
the City of Chicago relating to the speed of railway trains, the length of trains, the 
number of cars to constitute a train, the ringing of locomotive bells, the use of train 
or engine lights, the sounding of signals before starting trains, and the maintenance 
of gates, flagmen, watchmen, signals and signal towers, shall cease to be applicable 
to said railroads; provided, however, this ordinance is not to be construed as a 
waiver or surrender by the City of Chicago of any of its police powers or of the right 
at any time hereafter to pass necessary and reasonable police ordinances in relation to 
the matters last above enumerated. After such elevation it shall be unlawful for any 
person, or persons, save employes of said companies, or either of them, in the dis- 
charge of their duties, to enter or be upon or to walk along or across the said elevated 
structure or roadway at any place. If any person shall willfully trespass upon said 
elevated roadway, such person and all others aiding, abetting or assisting therein 
shall be liable to a fine of not less than five dollars nor more than one hundred 
dollars for each and every offense. 

Section 12. In consideration of the acceptance of this ordinance by said rail- 
way and railroad companies, and of the agreement by each of said companies to do 
and perform all the obligations imposed upon it by this ordinance; and in further 
consideration of the benefits derived and to be derived by said City of 
Chicago from this ordinance: and in further consideration of the agree- 
ment on the part of the Chicago, Burlington and Quiney Kailway Com- 
pany to revise the subway in South Washtenaw avenue in accordance 
with description i